Dream Set List for the Upcoming Hugh Jackman Tour

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Hugh Jackman attends the 'The Greatest Showman' Paris Premeire at Gaumont Capucines on Jan. 17, 2018 in Paris, France. 

Hugh Jackman has yet to reveal which songs he will perform on his just-announced 2019 summer The Man. The Music. The Show. tour. He did announce, however, that the set list would be pulled from his films and Broadway shows.

See below for our dream set list that would truly show off his stellar pipes and the magic of a live orchestra.

"Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'" - Oklahoma!

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

If Jackman brings Barbara Streisand on stage for this iconic duet, we might just die. After all, she just released her new album, Walls.
"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.