Russell Crowe took to the stage in New York to sing with his "Les Miserables" co-star Hugh Jackman over the weekend.
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The actor plays in a band with his "Robin Hood" co-star Alan Doyle, and he showed off his singing skills by performing at Joe's Pub in Manhattan on Saturday night. Jackman, who appears alongside Crowe in Tom Hooper's new movie adaptation of "Les Misérables," was in the audience, and Crowe persuaded the Australian to join him onstage to sing a track called "The Confrontation" from the hit musical.
Jackman even borrowed a bow tie from one of the other guests to fit in with Crowe, who was wearing a tuxedo, according to New York Post gossip column Page Six. The duo's "Les Misérables" co-star Samantha Barks was also present to join at the show, which also included a sing-along of classic holiday hits.
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