Anne stole the limelight in a white, beaded backless gown by Givenchy, with dramatic, off-the-shoulder draped sleeves.
Seyfried wore a Balenciaga two piece, consisting of a black bustier top and a ruffled, flamenco-style black and white skirt.
Amanda was seen posing up with her hunky co-star Eddie Redmayne, who looked very handsome in a navy velvet suit.
Hugh Jackman said London was the perfect place for the premiere, calling it the musical’s “spiritual home”.
“I know this is the quintessential French story, but the musical took hold here,” he said.
He joked that it was not the first time he had duetted with co-star Russell Crowe. “I’ve know Russell for years, and if you ever go to a Russell Crowe party you end up singing.”
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