Even celebrities have embarrassing moments!
In a new interview, Hugh Jackman confessed he once accidentally peed his pants while performing onstage as Gaston in a production of 'Beauty and the Beast'.
"It was my most embarrassing moment in life. I was getting these headaches so was told to drink three liters of water a day and me being me, I drank four," the 46-year-old actor recalled.
Hugh performing in 'The Boy from Oz' in 2006. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
"I'd just peed, but was waiting backstage and I was like, 'I really need to go again.' But it was my cue, so I walked onstage really needing to go again. That first number was very energetic and I was very exposed in red tights.
"As I am about to sing the last note I thought, 'If I sing this note I'm peeing my pants but if I don't, I'm going to be humiliated in front of two thousand people.' I was singing and peeing my pants!" the actor told UK TV host Graham Norton of the incident that took place in Australia in the 90s.
In addition to being a renowned TV and film actor, the father-of-two has also found success in stage acting and has appeared in productions of 'Oklahoma!,' 'Carousel' and 'A Steady Rain.' He won a Tony Award for his role as singer/songwriter Peter Allen in 'The Boy from Oz' in 2004.
Hugh's interview with Graham on 'The Graham Norton Show' premieres in the UK on Friday, Feb. 27.