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Hugh Jackman reveals he once gave Matt Damon a lap dance during his Broadway show

Hugh Jackman reflects on the steamy moment he shared with Matt Damon on a Broadway stage.

In a Variety cover story published Wednesday, Jackman — who currently stars in “The Music Man” — shared the juicy details of his first Broadway stage role in “The Boy From Oz,” which opened there. was almost 20 years old in October 2003, according Playbill.

Jackman told the outlet, “the most fun I ever had was playing Peter Allen” due to all of the show’s improv moments where he initiated interactions with the audience.

“There was, I don’t know, about 10 to 12 minutes of each impromptu show,” the 54-year-old said. “Once I had 50 or 60 shows, I felt completely free to do whatever I wanted. I was sometimes an a**hole.

For a wild moment, he lured Matt Damon into his onstage shenanigans.

“I raised Barbara Walters and Matt Damon, and I had Matt Damon give Barbara Walters a lap dance, which turned into me giving Matt Damon a lap dance,” Jackman recalled . “And he didn’t hit me.”

Amid another impromptu moment, Jackman told Variety that he also surprised Sarah Jessica Parker by bringing her on stage at the 2004 Tony Awards, which almost led to a wardrobe malfunction.

“I really felt for her that night,” he said. “As soon as she walked on stage, I could tell those boobs were about to pop out.”

Last month was announcement that Jackman would reprise his role as Wolverine in the upcoming “Deadpool 3” movie.

Jackman reportedly retired the role of Wolverine with 2017’s “Logan,” the final film in the Wolverine trilogy, after playing the no-frills character several times throughout the X-Men franchise.

“Deadpool 3” is set to hit theaters on September 6, 2024.

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