Hugh Jackman 'Collapses' After Intense 'Workout'

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
May 07, 2021  01:27 PM

Wolverine may be capable of just about anything but it looks like Hugh Jackman is having a little trouble catching up. A new video shows the Logan actor "collapsing" after an intense "workout" that he hopes to promote.

Jackman posted the video on his official Twitter account and it shows the aftermath of a crazy routine where the Greatest Showman star performs an intense tapdancing choreography. He then claims that he will release a new infomercial promoting the weight loss benefits of tapdancing. Check it out below.

The video shows Jackman lying on the floor. "I'm going to do a new infomercial, tap dance your way to losing fifty pounds in a day," he said with a laugh. "You wake up at three in the morning and, clickity-clack, clickity-clack, do this all day, all day, all day."

It certainly sounds difficult but Jackman appears to be enjoying himself as well. Needless to say, a little break on the floor could be enough for this dedicated actor.

The new "workout routine" is actually part of Jackman's preparation for his upcoming performance in The Music Man which is expected to open on Broadway early next year. Nevertheless, Jackman is currently in New York rehearsing for the highly anticipated musical.

Although he's preparing for Broadway, Jackman still couldn't help but poke fun at Ryan Reynolds. He had previously posted a video where an officer tries to convince Reynolds to give Jackman a cameo as Wolverine in Deadpool 3. Meanwhile, The Music Man will open on Broadway on February 10, 2022.

Related: Hugh Jackman Expresses Interest in Returning as Wolverine for Deadpool 3

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