Watch Gwyneth Paltrow and Jimmy Fallon's Hip-Hop Videos

As she's promoted her new movie, Country Strong, Gwyneth Paltrow has seemed set on proving two things: that she can sing, and that she has a sense of humor about herself. The singles that have been released from the film's sountrack—"Country Strong" and "Me and Tennessee"—have made the case for her vocal cords, while her recent guest appearance as a wacky substitute teacher on Glee showed that the posh, Oscar-winning actress isn't as uptight as she first seems.

Last night's Late Night With Jimmy Fallon offers evidence for the Gwyneth-is-funny case. She and Fallon discussed their hip-hop group, Shazzazz, and showed videos of their "hit singles"—which don't do much to showcase Paltrow's voice, but do feature her with some serious shoulder pads and an impressive wig:



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