With the Oscars days away, the heat is on to snag this year's coveted bunch of golden trophies. No one feels that more than best actor nominee Hugh Jackman, who stopped by the Late Show With David Letterman to promote a little friendly competition with his category competitor, Lincoln star Daniel Day-Lewis. Jackman, nominated for his role in the musical Les Misérables, acknowledged that Day-Lewis does a good job, but then inquired as to whether the latter could belt out a "four score and seven years ago" tune as well. I'm not sure what the answer to that is, but I'd sure like to see it. Perhaps an Oscar sing-off is in order?
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