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“Tonight is a special night, and I am going to sing one song,” Hugh Jackman said last night at Porter House, following an early screening of Les Miserables attended by Academy members and the Hollywood Foreign Press. “And this is a song I am not going to sing alone, because it is the birthday of Amanda Seyfried.” “Oh my God!” someone cried from the crowd, in a decibel usually reserved for Justin Bieber (Les Miz is the nerd equivalent). “Amanda, get up here," Jackman commanded the actress, who plays his adopted daughter Cosette in Tom Hooper’s film adaptation. "Now sit down.”“I once gave Barbara Walters a lap dance and I promised her I would never do it again, but seeing as she is not here tonight … ” the actor said portentously before opening his legs and shimmying across Seyfried’s lap. “Happy Birthday, Amanda — my daughter Cosette — Seyfried,” Jackman »

- Katie Van Syckle

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