Gwyneth Paltrow wins Emmy for her “Glee” role
HollywoodNews.com: As if she wasn’t already perfect enough, now Gwyneth Paltrow has an Emmy to go along with her Oscar.
She was named winner of the Emmy for outstanding guest actress in a comedy for her performance as substitute teacher Holly Holliday on Glee.
It’s frankly been Paltrow’s best role in years. Polly is far more feisty and interesting than her supporting role on the Iron Man flicks and I never got around to seeing Country Strong.
She gets to be funny and sweet on Glee and also gets to sing which she does so very well as we got to see with her renditions of Cee Lo Green’s Forget You, Fleetwood Mac’s Landslide and and dueting with Matthew Morrison on a sexy, tango-infused Kiss by Prince.
Gwyneth was not on hand at Saturday night’s Creative Arts Emmys ceremony which traditionally takes place one week before the Prime-time Emmys but she will be invited to present next Sunday. Also absent was Justin Timberlake who won in the guest actor in a comedy category for hosting Saturday Night Live.
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