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Watch: Hugh Jackman & Russell Crowe Sing "The Confrontation" From 'Les Miserables' Live In A Pub

by Kevin Jagernauth
December 10, 2012 9:57 AM
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Les Miserables Hugh Jackman Russell Crowe

Oh, so Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe got together at Joe's Pub and belted out a tune from "Les Miserables"? It's just another Saturday night in New York City. While the upcoming film has already screened for critics, for audiences awaiting the big screen musical, this is a nice tease to hold them over until Christmas Day.

Throughout the fall, the "Russell Crowe And Alan Doyle present the Indoor Garden Party" show has been hitting venues in NYC, and landed at the intimate Joe's Pub on the weekend. The show brings together a variety of performers -- Scott Grimes, Kevin Durand, Size 2 Shoes, Alan Doyle and fellow "Les Miserables" star Samantha Barks -- to play some songs and hang, but an extra treat was provided Saturday when Jackman and Crowe got together to sing "The Confrontation" from the musical.

And you know what? Pretty nice job, guys. You can seem to them doing it in full costume in Tom Hooper's Oscar contender on Christmas Day. [Broadway World]

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  • Patricia | December 10, 2012 7:51 PMReply

    Actually Crowe has been singing in public for a lot of years, with the bands he has had in the past. Just not "stage show" singing. But singing none the less. And yes, kudos to RC.

  • Holly | December 10, 2012 10:06 AMReply

    Well, kudos to Crowe for performing alongside Jackman because the latter is clearly a more seasoned singer.

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