Gwyneth Paltrow hopes to get the beat. According to THR, the actress -- and part-time singer -- wants to produce a musical about 1980s girl group The Go-Go's.
Details of the project are still under wraps, but THR cites sources who claim Go-Go members Belinda Carlisle, Jane Wiedlin, Charlotte Caffey, Kathy Valentine, Gina Schock and Paula Jean Brown could be involved in the creation of the musical.
This isn't the first time Paltrow has gotten the musical bug. In 2010, Paltrow famously guest starred on "Glee" as a substitute teacher with a fondness for Cee-Lo Green. Paltrow later made a surprise appearance at the 2011 Grammy Awards to duet with Green on his hit song, "F--- You." 2011 also saw Paltrow play a county music star in the drama "Country Strong."
Earlier this year, Deadline.com reported that Paltrow would team back up with "Glee" creator Ryan Murphy for "One-Hit Wonders." The musical comedy -- which Paltrow, Murphy, Cameron Diaz and Reese Witherspoon came up with over dinner, of course -- would focus on three faded '90s pop stars who team together to regain their pop-culture cachet.
For more on Paltrow's Go-Go's musical, head over to THR.