Reese Witherspoon is apparently considering recording a duet with Michael Bublé.

The Hollywood star won an Oscar for her performance in the 2005 movie Walk the Line, in which she showed off her vocal talents playing country singer June Carter Cash.

It seems Reese could be eager to return to the recording studio again, as Us Weekly reports the actress is in talks with Canadian hunk Michael about working on a track together.

This may come as a surprise to Reese’s fans, as the 36-year-old star previously revealed that recording the music for Walk the Line was "the most challenging, horrifying experience of [her] life." She took singing lessons to prepare for the role and impressed critics with her renditions of classics such as Jukebox Blues for the film’s soundtrack.

There was also speculation that Reese would be taking a break from her busy career, after giving birth to her third child, son Tennessee James, just last month.

It is not yet known what kind of song Reese could record with Michael.

However, the crooner has sold more than 30 million records worldwide with his brand of big band classics and romantic pop ballads.