What an amazing moment!
From sharing stories of his stage shows and movies to bringing out Keala Settle to sing 'This is Me', Hugh Jackman's first of two shows in NZ was full of everything.
However there was one moment that truly stole the night.
The Oceanian Voices choir, made up of students from AUT, went viral last year and caught the attention of Hugh Jackman for their performance of 'This Is Me'. With even the actor saying the video 'makes me[him] cry' every time he watches it.
Fast forward to February this year, the choir joined Jackman at AUT as he announced his NZ shows and now, seven months later, they've joined him on stage for those very shows.
As well as coming out for multiple songs throughout the night, the group stopped the show to perform a haka for Hugh Jackman and members of his charity, Nomad Two Worlds, who had just performed on stage alongside each other.
Watch the moment above.