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Hugh Jackman announces when The Music Man will stop singing
September 13th, 2022 under Hugh Jackman. [ Comments: none ]

Hugh Jackman waited almost a whole lifetime to play The Music Man. He finally got the role on Broadway, and then came COVID. So, he waited a little longer.

Finally, he got the chance to take the stage as Harold Hill earlier this year. He is doing such a phenomenal job in the role that he received a Tony nomination for his performance.

Yesterday when the Tony winner (not for this part) was walking the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival for his movie The Son, he told the AP that the musical has an end date.

“Jan. 1 is going to be the last show,” Jackman revealed. “So we’ve got another three and a half months. So if you haven’t seen it, please come and see it.”

So hurry up and book your tickets while you can because those 76 trombones won’t be blowing for much longer.


Hugh Jackman got the COVID-19 again
June 14th, 2022 under Coronavirus, Hugh Jackman. [ Comments: none ]


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Hugh Jackman gave one heck of a performance at the Tonys on Sunday. But then, on Monday, he tested positive for COVID-19 again. Therefore, the Music Man is silenced for a few performances.

However, the show must go on, so it will with his understudy Max Clayton in his role. And Jackman praised Clayton and told the people who have tickets for the show that he will be great as he praised all the understudies who wait in the wings for the chance of Broadway stardom!

Jackman first got it in December. Hopefully will be better soon.


Hugh Jackman has a breakthrough case of COVID-19
December 28th, 2021 under Coronavirus, Hugh Jackman. [ Comments: none ]

COVID-19 is going through Broadway like the buzz of who is going to get nominated for a Tony this year. So, it should be no surprise that The Music Man got COVID-19 days after his co-star Sutton Foster and other cast members and crew tested positive.

Hugh Jackman wants you to know he is OK. He just has a runny nose and a scratchy throat. And as soon as he is cleared, the Greatest Showman will be back on stage doing what he loves most, being a triple threat.

Get well soon. And everyone, please be safe Omircron is spreading faster than mono at a Spin the Bottle party.


Ryan Reynolds spent his birthday with Hugh Jackman
October 24th, 2021 under Hugh Jackman, Ryan Reynolds. [ Comments: none ]

Yesterday was Ryan Reynolds’ 45th birthday. The actor spent his special day with the person he loves most. Not Blake Lively and their three daughters James. 6, Inez, 5, and Betty, 2. Instead, he spent it with Hugh Jackman. Let’s be honest, you know that the Greatest Showman is his soul mate. Lively is just a close second.

Oh, in case you are wondering, his wife was there taking the photo of her husband with his true love.

Now that today is not Reynolds’ birthday, you know that he and Jackman will go back to pretending they hate each other.


Hugh Jackman is so vain he thinks I’ll Always Love You is about him
July 8th, 2021 under Hugh Jackman, Whitney Houston. [ Comments: none ]

Back when Hugh Jackman was a young lad, he heard Whitney Houston sing I’ll Always Love You. At the end of the song, he heard something that convinced him that she was singing to the future Showman.

What is it? He hears the late singer belt out, “I’ll always love Hugh.” Do you hear it too? Or do you think Carly Simon wrote a song about him instead of Mick Jagger and Warren Beatty?


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