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Gwyneth Paltrow and Leighton Meester Premiere 'Country Strong'

November 9, 2010 (3:39 am) GMT
The two visited Nashville, Tenneessee on Monday to promote their film during the event held at Regal Green Hills.

In an early promotional effort for "", Screen Gems has held a premiere for the movie on Monday, November 8. But instead of using a big city as the venue, the event took place in Nashville, Tenneessee, at Regal Green Hills to be precise.

, who shows off her singing talent in the film, took part in the special screening, showing off some skin in a black dress. Another female cast also showed up, donning a one-shoulder Marc Jacobs gown. The two were joined by director/writer Shana Feste when posing on the red carpet.

, who landed a role in the film, came with wife . Lead actor was not spotted among the crowd, but producers and Jenno Topping spared their time supporting the event. A number of renowned singers like , , Alana Grace and were additionally seen among the guests that night.

"Country Strong" centers its story on a rising country-music songwriter who sparks with a fallen star. Together, they mount his ascent and her comeback, which leads to romantic complications involving her husband/manager and a beauty queen-turned-singer. The drama will not open wide in theaters across the nation until January 7, 2011

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