Oscar-winner Gwyneth Paltrow has been honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw were on hand Monday to help Paltrow celebrate the unveiling of her star on the sidewalk outside Madame Tussauds celebrity wax museum.
The unveiling comes in advance of the Dec. 22 release in Los Angeles and Nashville of Paltrow’s new film, “Country Strong,” co-starring McGraw. It opens nationwide on Jan. 7.
Paltrow won the best actress Academy Award for her role in 1998’s “Shakespeare in Love.”
The 38-year-old actress also had roles in the “Iron Man” movies, “Two Lovers,” '‘The Good Night,” '‘Proof,” '‘Sylvia,” '‘The Talented Mr. Ripley,” '‘The Royal Tenenbaums,” '‘Emma,” and “Jefferson in Paris.”