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Hugh Jackman Says He Was "Way Too Boring" As Oscars Host

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Hugh Jackman knows a thing or two about hosting the Oscars. He helmed the show in 2009, and at yesterday's BAFTA award season tea party, he shared a few words of advice for this year's MC Seth McFarlane. Hugh was critical of his own performance as host, calling himself "way too boring," because he was afraid to "make anyone feel bad" by poking fun at his Hollywood counterparts

Hugh Jackman knows a thing or two about hosting the Oscars. He helmed the show in 2009, and at yesterday's BAFTA award season tea party, he shared a few words of advice for this year's MC Seth McFarlane. Hugh was critical of his own performance as host, calling himself "way too boring," because he was afraid to "make anyone feel bad" by poking fun at his Hollywood counterparts">
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