Sunday night's Oscar Awards turned out to be one long evening of tributes to music in film, and no such night would have been complete without a nod to Tom Hooper's film adaptation of Broadway epic Les Miserables. The star-studded cast of the film descended upon the Oscars stage on Sunday, Feb. 24, to give a rousing ensemble performance of "One Day More."
A dapper Hugh Jackman** kicked off the powerful number and was later joined by Anne Hathaway**, Amanda Seyfried**, Eddie Redmayne and Russell Crowe**, among others.
Jackman, 44, plays protagonist Jean Valjean in the film, with other bold-faced names like Sacha Baron Cohen**, Helena Bonham Carter and Samantha Barks filling out the cast.
The film took home numerous awards throughout the night, including nods for Best Makeup and Hairstyling and Best Sound Mixing, leading the Oscars race early on in the evening.
Hathaway, 30, also nabbed the win for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, beating out fellow contenders Sally Field, Helen Hunt, Amy Adams** and Jacki Weaver.
"It came true!" the actress murmured as she came onstage to accept her award, thanking the fellow nominees and her husband Adam Shulman, 31.
"My husband … by far and away the best moment of my life was the one where you walked into it," she said emotionally. "I love you so much."
Watch the big Les Miserables finish now and tell Us: Whose performance was best at the 2013 Oscars?
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Russell Crowe, Amanda Seyfried and Les Miserables Cast Sing Live, Reunite on Oscars Stage for Memorable Performance
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