- @MarshaEmmot / Twitter
- Hugh Jackman roared for a fan in typical Wolverine style during his “The Man. The Music. The Show.” concert in Kansas City last week.
- In footage shared on Twitter, the “X-Men” star is seen high fiving a crazed fan before screaming into their phone camera.
- Jackman’s 90-stop concert tour, which saw him singing hits from his career and Broadway classics, ended in Mexico City on Sunday.
- Watch the video below.
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Hugh Jackman showed off his iconic Wolverine roar for a fan attending his “The Man. The Music. The Show.” concert in Kansas City last week.
In the footage shared by Marsha Emmot on Twitter, Jackman repeatedly high fives a crazed fan before spreading his arms and breaking into his iconic Wolverine roar. The drumsticks in his hands even look like his trademark claws as the “X-Men” superhero.
“My video of your interaction with huge Wolverine fan in Kansas City! The show was incredible! Glad I was there to push you back up, thought you were coming down off the stage,” Emmot tweeted alongside the video.
My video of your interaction with huge Wolverine fan in Kansas City! The show was incredible! Glad I was there to push you back up, thought you were coming down off the stage. pic.twitter.com/3DM5yDQOps
— marsha emmot (@MarshaEmmot) October 16, 2019
“You have waited one and a half hours for that moment,” Jackman can be heard telling the man in the video.
Jackman’s 90-stop concert tour is a one-man show that sees the actor singing songs from his career, including “The Greatest Showman,” “Les Miserables,” and other Broadway hits, accompanied by a live orchestra.
Jackman is just an Academy Award away from becoming an EGOT – someone who has won Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Awards. Only 15 people have won all four before.
“Doing an arena show, for me, is perhaps the ultimate because of the amount of energy and excitement that you can create,” Jackson told NME before the tour.
“Nothing can replace the live aspect where something can happen that night.”
The tour finished on Sunday, October 20, in Mexico City.