That is, of course, she doesn't even think about trying to hook up with Matthew Morrison.
So, what does the Oscar winner have to say about another possible encore performance?
"I would love to go back on," Paltrow tells E! News. "You know, I'm not sure if I will or not, but we'll see. It would be hard for me to say no. I have such a good time doing that show. So, we'll see if they ask me back or not."
Until then, the actress is keeping busy promoting her latest film, Contagion. The thriller, centering on the worldwide outbreak of a deadly virus, reunited the actress with her Talented Mr. Ripley costars Jude Law and Matt Damon, who plays her husband in the flick.
"It was so great to work with him again," she says. "We're different in a lot of ways with all our kids and so we talked a lot about our kids and showed pictures."
Speaking of rugrats, Paltrow is so "happy" that her good friend Jay-Z and his wife Beyoncé are expecting and admits that becoming a parent really puts everything in perspective.
"I think motherhood is the biggest blessing of all time and it give your life real meaning," she points out. "It's always interesting when you're a woman with success and you've achieved a lot, and then you have a baby and you realize everything you thought was an achievement really is nothing until you have a kid, and I think that will be [Beyoncé's] experience."
Any advice for pal Jay-Z?
"I'd tell him directly," says Paltrow, adding with a laugh: "But I wouldn't say it on television."