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Hugh Jackman, Olivia Newton-John and Glenn Close present G’day USA LA black tie gala


January 8, 2013/0.33

Above Olivia Newton-John at G’day USA’s Los Angeles event in 2011.

The 10th anniversary G’day USA Los Angeles black-tie gala, part of the annual event celebrating Australia in the US, will see Golden Globe nominees Hugh Jackman and Glenn Close join Olivia Newton-John at the J. W. Marriott at LA Live on January 12. Awards will be presented to Paul Hogan, Rose Byrne and John Travolta.
   Elle Macpherson and Richard Wilkins will co-MC the event.
   Entertainment will include performances by Jessica Mauboy (The Sapphires), Jack Vidgen, David Campbell, didgeridoo player William Barton and the Qantas Choir. Photographer Wayne Quilliam will provide imagery to accompany the performances.
   Past honorees, including Nicole Kidman, Naomi Watts, Simon Baker, Mel Gibson, Toni Colette, Keith Urban, Anthony LaPaglia, Rod Laver, Roy Emerson, Air Supply and Luc Longley will attend.
   Australian chef Curtis Stone is preparing an Australian-inspired dinner.
   The event, with 1,000 guests, has already been sold out.
   Seven cities participate in G’day USA (Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento, New York, Chicago, Houston and Boston) bringing together events promoting business, government, environment, innovation, culture and tourism. The events are produced by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Qantas Airways, Tourism Australia and Austrade.

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2 thoughts on ‘Hugh Jackman, Olivia Newton-John and Glenn Close present G’day USA LA black tie gala

  1. Olivia Newton-John, like Hugh Jackman and Glenn Close, is also a Golden Globe nominee as Best Actress/Musical for “Grease.”

  2. @Sandy: Jackman and Close are both up for Golden Globes THIS YEAR. Their nominations were mentioned because they are CURRENTLY Golden Globe nominees and the awards ceremony takes place one day after the G’day USA gala. Newton-John’s 1978 nomination wasn’t mentioned because 1. it has absolutely nothing to do with the upcoming weekend and 2. she lost.

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