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Paltrow’s Music Deal

May 24, 2011 by Post Team 

Paltrow's Music DealPaltrow’s Music Deal, “Country strong” singer Gwyneth Paltrow talks to an agreement recording a country album with Atlantas has collapsed. “Heads of the Atlantic were very interested, and [Atlantic owner] Warner boss Lyor Cohen was a great support,” the New York Post quoted a source as saying.

But then, according to the source, the talks stopped and the deal fell through. Rumor 1,000,000 Paltrow and wanted to sign, which was a ridiculous figure. “Atlantic still interested in signing it,” the source added. It is believed that the Oscar winner was distracted by other opportunities in her busy career, including possible movie roles and her new cookbook.

“Atlantic was not the only company pursues, and she still has not decided if he wants to record an album,” and added, “is still something we are considering,” said Paltrow representative.

It seems that Gwyneth Paltrow musical styles will be confined to the halls of McKinley High for a while longer than we have been informed of her contract with Atlantic Records has “failed.”

Although there is still some talk of signing with the label, we’re hearing that Atlantic lost interest in the idea after Gwyn wanted and $ 1 million to sign and the last episode of Glee Zzzzzzz. However, when reached for comment, Gwyn representative stressed that she is still interested in pursuing a musical career, but could sit on the back burner for a while. He explained:

“Atlantic was not the only company pursues, and she still has not decided if he wants to record an album. There is something you are considering.”

That’s a good way to tell who wants what she wants and what she wants is a million dollars to establish some clues given or not. Because, you know, it’s worth it.

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