Rep Shoots Down Rumor That Gwyneth Will Join Chris On Stage On New Year's Eve In Vegas

Gwyneth Paltrow attends the "Country Strong" premiere at Regal Green Hills, Nashville, Tenn., November 8, 2010 Gwyneth Paltrow attends the "Country Strong" premiere at Regal Green Hills, Nashville, Tenn., November 8, 2010

Despite a new report, and her recent foray into singing, “Country Strong” star Gwyneth Paltrow has no plans to get on stage with her husband — Coldplay frotnman Chris Martin — in Las Vegas on New Year’s Eve, her publicist told Access Hollywood on Thursday.

There’s “absolutely no truth” to the rumor, Gwyneth’s rep told Access, noting though that the actress will be in Sin City to welcome in the New Year.

On Friday, the New York Post’s Page Six claimed that the couple, who are rarely seen together in public, would appear on stage together at a New Year’s bash being held by the recently-opened luxury Cosmopolitan hotel.

Coldplay and Jay-Z are set to perform at the NYE event. Beyonce is also expected to be in attendance with her husband, but a rep for the singer was not immediately available to comment on her participation when contacted by Access.

While they’ve never appeared on a red carpet together, Gwyneth was once on stage with her husband in 2006, but it wasn’t for his band’s show.

The couple, who have two children together – Moses, 4, and Apple, 6, – joined their pal Jay-Z at a concert in London at the Albert Hall. Gwyneth sang back up as they performed “Song Cry,” a cut from Jay-Z’s “The Blueprint’ album.

At the time, Chris had recently collaborated with Jay-Z on the rapper’s 2006 album, “Kingdom Come.”

Gwyneth has long kept her relationship with Chris out of the public eye, something that likely stems from her previous high-profile romances — with Brad Pitt in the mid-‘90s and with Ben Affleck in the late ‘90s.

“It was strange to be part of a public couple,” Gwyneth told E! News in a new special, which aired on Wednesday evening.

In the special, Gwyneth further opened up about her post-partum depression, which she suffered after Moses was born in 2006.

“You don’t want anybody to know that you’re depressed or crying all the time, there’s this shame that we bring to it and it’s incredibly debilitating and scary and you just don’t feel like yourself,” she said.

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