WATCH: Hugh Jackman drinks pint of Guinness he 'waited his whole life' for in Dublin

WATCH: Hugh Jackman drinks pint of Guinness he 'waited his whole life' for in Dublin

Hugh Jackman is happy to be in Ireland judging from his posts on social media.

The 50-year-old touched down in Dublin yesterday ahead of his 'The Man. The Music. The Show' tour, sporting a wide grin as he took pictures with fans.

Taking to social media, Hugh posted a video of himself sipping a pint of Guinness as well as a happy selfie outside the 3Arena where he is due to perform tonight and tomorrow.

He said: "My whole life I've drunk Guinness... but they always say it's different in Ireland. I've waited 50 years for this one!"

After taking a sip, and recovering from a blissful stupour, Hugh chimes 'life is good'.

The Greatest Showman star also hit the gym in preparation for his show, writing 'Let's go Dublin!'.

Have you got tickets for his show?

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