Many fans were first introduced to Jackman in the 1999 TV movie version of Oklahoma!, in which he played Curly -- reprising his role from the West End revival of the musical in London.
"Any Moment Now" - Smile
"Once Before I Go" - The Boy From Oz
Jackman had his Broadway breakthrough back in 2003 playing the title character, and we would love to hear an encore.
"Not the Boy Next Door" - The Boy From Oz
He certainly is not. The 50-year-old performer won the Tony Award for best actor in a musical for this role, and hearing him croon this Broadway tune there's no doubt he's a winner.
"Bring Him Home" - Les Misérables
Even if you didn't cry during the tune in the 2012 film adaptation, the addition of a live orchestra will not leave an eye dry in the audience.
"Valjean's Soliloquy" - Les Misérables
This emotional ballad about betrayal and justice helped secure the entertainer an Oscar nomination for best actor. A performance like that deserves live applause.
"A Million Dreams" - The Greatest Showman
Who could forget this inspirational ballad about following your dreams with your true love? We wonder if Hugh Jackman would sing the beginning.
"The Greatest Show" - The Greatest Showman
This is almost a guarantee and the perfect finale. Jackman doesn't even need to hire any additional singers as the audience is likely join in. Although, no one would object to a special guest or two.