With her acting chops well cut, Gwyneth took a stab at the music world. After recording a song with Huey Lewis for her 2000 flick, "Duets," she starred in 2010's "Country Strong," in which she sang for her role as a fading country music legend. On Nov. 10, 2010, she even sang a song from the film live at the CMA Awards -- and less than a week later, on Nov. 16, Gwyneth appeared in an episode of "Glee" as singing-and-dancing substitute teacher Holly Holliday. (The performance earned her an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series at the 2011 awards.) Finally, on Feb. 13, 2011, Gwyneth shared the stage with Cee Lo Green at the Grammys. The duo performed Cee Lo's hit "Forget You," which the actress previously covered on "Glee." "She sings like a natural," the music mogul told People magazine. But despite the outside interest in her vocal chops, it seems Gwyneth has no plans to seriously pursue a music career.