As Gywneth Paltrow, aka McKinley High substitute teacher Holly Holliday, assists the "Glee" cast on two Hot 100 hits, what other stars of screens big and small have spent time on Billboard surveys?
Our list continues:
The legendary star of the 1980 movie "Bronco Billy" turned a song from the film - "Bar Room Buddies," with Merle Haggard - into a No. 1 on Country Songs.
While playing goofy and good-natured Joey Russo on "Blossom," the then-amply-coiffed actor singer enjoyed two Hot 100 hits in 1993, including the No. 19 "Nothin' My Love Can't Fix."
The accomplished late Irish actor, known best to younger viewers as paternal Albus Dumbledore in the first two "Harry Potter" movies, tallied four Hot 100 hits, including 1968's No. 2 "MacArthur Park."
The "Bonanza" TV star had a way with chart bullets, too, gunning to No. 1 on the Hot 100 46 years ago this week with "Ringo."
Even before his popularity exploded with roles in "Saturday Night Fever" and "Grease," Travolta, then a not-so-studious student on "Welcome Back, Kotter," reached No. 10 on the Hot 100 in 1976 with "Let Her In." He added five more chart entries through 1978.
Two years after the 1984 debut of "Miami Vice," Johnson rode the wave of the TV show's popularity to No. 5 on the Hot 100 with "Heartbeat."
The multi-talented talk show host/improv actor has resided on Billboard charts repeatedly since 2005. His 2008 set "A Long Time Coming" peaked at No. 20 on R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
The "Fifth Element" actress (and one-time hilarious guest on "Married...With Children" as a French exchange student whom the Bundys welcomed only for the stipend that accompanied her presence) rose to No. 21 on Alternative Songs in 1994 with "Gentlemen Who Fell."
Peg Bundy herself vacated her favorite place - the living room couch - long enough to reach No. 33 on Heatseekers Albums with "Well..." in 1994, the same week that Jovovich peaked with her sole entry on Alternative Songs.
The "Wings" comedienne took flight on Adult Contemporary in 1995 with "Forever Tonight," a duet with Peter Cetera (No. 22), and on Hot Country Singles Sales two years later with "State of Mind" (No. 14).
HBO's Meadow Soprano strolled to a No. 32 peak on Heatseekers Albums in 2001 with "Here to Heaven." She has since expressed regret over the pop album's quality. How much regret? "I hated every moment of it."
As the Black Eyed Peas return the chorus of "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" to the top 10 in "The Time (Dirty Bit)" (13-9), fellow "Dirty Dancing" smash "She's Like the Wind" reached No. 3 on the Hot 100 for Swayze in 1988.