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Hugh Jackman Auctions Off Undershirt for $30,000

Hugh Jackman Auctions Off Undershirt for $30,000

Hugh Jackman leaves his apartment on Wednesday (December 21) in New York City.

The night before, the 43-year-old Aussie actor performed in his Hugh Jackman Back on Broadway show where he gave a shout out to Uma Thurman and Scarlett Johansson who were sitting in the audience.

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At the end of the night, Hugh auctioned off his sweaty undershirt for charity.

Scarlett ran onstage and bid $3,000, but lost out as the shirt went for a whopping $30,000,” the NY Post reports.

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10 Comments

# 1

Eweeee. Disgusting. Sweat is sweat and it doesn’t matter who soils it, even for Jackman.

# 2

@Ruben: Oh, for that matter, a collector has paid four times more to get a tuft of pubic hair of Napoleon Bonaparte, and neither was for charity. In this case, has been for a good cause, the undershirt is irrelevant, is the generous offer of the donor that matters.

# 3

There IS trouble in paradise! I just found out the Jack is moving his economic assets, mostly his US properties, into a corporation. That smells like a big D word.

# 4

check out my newest video sometime ? thanks <3

# 6

I would pay a million for him ; )

# 7

Dipper – you’ve posted this same comment on two different threads. Where do you get your info? Or are you just another little troll?

# 8

This isn’t a huge event. He’s been doing it almost every night and the proceeds all go to Broadway Care/Equity Fights AIDS. I’ve seen the show twice (blush) and he’s done it both times. It does, however, continue to amaze me that people will fight for his undershirt!

# 9

@ Sami
not a troll. Let’s just say the title of his apartment is not longer on his name

Hugh Jackman’s one-man show has–in its short Broadway run–has raised more than $1 million for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Wednesday night he actually auctioned off the first t-shirt for $15,000 and then offered a second t-shirt to the next top-bidder for another $15,000. So, with two t-shirts, he was able to raise $30,000 for BC/EFA.

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