Hugh Jackman celebrated Australia Day with his family in New York at the Refinery Rooftop bar on Sunday (26.01.14).
Hugh Jackman celebrated Australia Day with his family in New York on Sunday (26.01.14).
The 45-year-old actor - who was born in Sydney - celebrated the annual holiday which marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British Ships at Sydney Cove with wife Deborra-lee Furness and their children Oscar and Ava at bar Refinery Rooftop.
According to the New York Post newspaper, Hugh gave a speech about his Australian pride with the iconic Empire State Building lit in Australia's colours - including blue, white and red - behind him.
The hunk entertained crowds with a performance of 'I Still Call Australia Home' - a song written and performed by Peter Allen in 1980.
Other stars at the event included Australian Consul General Richard Leather, Qantas executive Vanessa Hudson and 32-year-old businessman Ivanka Trump - who is daughter of American business magnate Donald Trump - and they enjoyed food from celebrity chef Neil Perry.
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