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Hollywood legend Hugh Jackman has officially landed in Dublin, and has already had a pint of the famous black stuff in an unknown pub.

The star is set to perform three incredible concerts this week in the 3Arena on his The Man. The Music. The Show. world tour, which has garnered rave reviews worldwide.

Jackman absolutely delighted his fans and passengers at Dublin Airport when The Greatest Showman made an appearance, cheering him as he entered the country.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Thr 50-year-old dropped by a pub for a pint of Guinness, and we don't blame him for not waiting another minute before necking down a pint of black stuff.

"Waited fifty years for this one," he wrote to his Instagram, captioning a video which has now racked up almost 1.5 million views. 

The Wolverine and Logan actor posted an image earlier to his social media pages showing himself working out in the gym before his flight to Ireland. The man never takes a day off…

Jackman will perform two evening shows this week and a matinee show on Friday, with a very special guest joining him onstage during the sold-out Irish shows.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Fellow The Greatest Showman alumni, Keala Settle, will make an appearance with the hugely popular actor, according to his latest Facebook post.

The American actress and singer is known for her role as Lettie Lutz, the bearded woman, in the hit movie.

Her performance of the Oscar-nominated song This Is Me can give anyone goosebumps with it's empowering message.

The much-anticipated 92-date world tour contains hit tunes from Les Miserables, The Boy from Oz and The Greatest Showman, and is sure to be unforgettable. Much like his first pint of Dublin Guinness.

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Hugh Jackman has proven why he's The Greatest Showman by making one little Irish girl's dream come true.

Seven-year-old Emma from Lucan is a superfan of Hollywood star Hugh Jackman after seeing his latest film, and her mother thought of a genius plan to get his attention.

After failing to nab tickets to see the star on his new tour, Jacqueline Cooney recorded her daughter singing A Million Dreams in the hopes of getting him to see it.

Devoted mum Jacqueline appeared on Muireann O'Connell's lunchtime show on Today FM yesterday, and revealed her reasoning.

"My daughter Emma is a huge fan of The Greatest Showman. She spent all Christmas singing the songs and Santa brought her a sing-along CD," she said.

"We missed out on tickets to see the show in the 3Arena so I said I'd record her singing a little song for him from the movie and send it to him and see would he see it."

The mother of three posted the video of Emma singing to Hugh, but it initially failed to get a response from the man himself, until fellow actor Liev Schreiber showed it to him.

The mother of three posted the video of Emma singing to Hugh, but it initially failed to get a response from the man himself.  "I said to myself that this is going to need something big . . . " Jacqueline said.

It turned out that Ray Donovan star Schreiber, and one of Jackman’s childhood friend Gus Worland were the ones to get the Australian actor to watch Emma's tribute.

"At first we were thinking of giving up but then four days later or so he saw it and he sent a special message that I know he wouldn't have just sent to anyone," she said.

"I was pretty freaked out when I saw it yesterday afternoon," Jacqueline added. "I was looking at something else and then it came up, 'Hugh Jackman mentioned you on Twitter'".

The actor sent an adorable message to Emma, addressing her directly;

"I just want to say your little girl, thank you so much for singing that song. Thanks so much for being a fan. And never stop dreaming. Remember, life is what you choose to make it so make it fantastic!"

Emma and her mum were over the moon after seeing it; "I was expecting maybe a text or something but a video and what he said was so lovely and so genuine," she continued.

What a wonderful story, the actor truly is a gentleman.

Congratulations to Emma, she certainly has a bright future of singing ahead of her with connections like these.

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Hugh Jackman continues to prove what a legend he really is, after recording his own parody version of Les Miserables, “Who am I?” as his most famous character, Wolverine.

The 45-year-old actor sang the hilarious version on BBC Radio on Saturday and really belted it out.

You could almost say it is as good as his Oscar nominated performance in the original musical itself.

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