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Gwenyth Paltrow to Appear on ‘Glee!’

posted by Nell Minow

“Glee’s” visibility and panache has attracted the top talent from Broadway and is now drawing from Hollywood as well. Gwenyth Paltrow is rumored to be appearing on upcoming episodes as a substitute teacher — and yes, she will sing and dance. Paltrow has a lovely voice, as she showed in the under-rated “Duets.” I love her duet with Huey Lewis to “Cruisin’ Together.” She has a lovely, clear voice and a gift for harmony.

She plays a country singer in her upcoming film, “Country Strong.” Can’t wait to see what she’ll sing on “Glee.”

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