Hugh Jackman exposes his abdominal muscles while bathing in the river

Hugh Jackman seems to be feeling well after being positive for COVID-19 again last week.

The 53-year-old actor was spotted spraying himself on a river in East Hamptons New York on Monday.

Hugh showed off his abdominal muscles as he swam through the water, before crashing ashore with his biceps bent.

I work swimming!  Hugh Jackman was spotted spraying down a river in East Hamptons New York on Monday, a week after he tested positive for Covid again.

I work swimming! Hugh Jackman was spotted spraying down a river in East Hamptons New York on Monday, a week after he tested positive for Covid again.

His black hair was wet slicked back as he walked along the pebble beach wearing only a pair of black panties and gray sneakers.

When Hugh was not swimming in the ocean, he was also spotted fully clothed with his towel slung over his shoulder.

He hid his pierced abs in the gym with a plain white T-shirt.

Despite his recent diagnosis, Hugh looked in a good mood.

He hit his step!  Jackman was walking along the pebble beach in his gray sneakers

He hit his step! Jackman was walking along the pebble beach in his gray sneakers

The Muscle Man!  The Broadway star exposed his abdominal muscles and arms as he returned to dry

Making a spray!  The star looked in a good mood as she walked on the water

The Muscle Man! The Broadway star exposed his abdominal muscles and arms as he returned to dry

He also looked happy and healthy in the video he sent to fans on Sunday, wishing everyone a happy Father’s Day off the beach.

‘Happy Father’s Day!’ he said to the camera before sending a kiss.

The release comes a week after Hugh announced that he is positive again on COVID-19, which means that he will have to temporarily give up his Broadway production of The Music Man.

I'm running for it!  Jackman's muscles flexed as he ran out of the river

I’m running for it! Jackman’s muscles flexed as he ran out of the river

‘I was frustratingly positive on Covid. Again. My standby, the incredibly talented @maxmclayton will jump in for me, ‘Jackman began in the video.

‘What annoys me the most is that I can’t see him performing! I have said that before, and I will say it a million more times … Maxi and all standby, swings and understudy around the world, you are real heroes of the theater ‘, he added.

“You are reviving the saying ‘the show must go on,'” Jackman concluded, referring to his colleagues Sutton Foster (@suttonlenore) and @musicmanbway.

Back in everyday wear: he hid his abs in the gym with a plain white T-shirt

Back in everyday wear: he hid his abs in the gym with a plain white T-shirt

Jackman added in the video: ‘I wanted you to hear from me first that, unfortunately, this morning, frustratingly, I was positive at COVID again.’

‘So my amazing stand-by, Max Clayton, will continue for me,’ he said of his subcontractor at The Music Man.

‘Max and I have been working together on this show for over two years and on this part, and I can tell you, by being in the room with him and from experience, he is absolutely remarkable,’ Jackman added.

Happy and healthy: Jackman grinned as he wished fans a happy Father's Day on Sunday

Happy and healthy: Jackman grinned as he wished fans a happy Father’s Day on Sunday

'Happy Father's Day!'  said Jackman from the beach before playing a kiss on camera

‘Happy Father’s Day!’ said Jackman from the beach before playing a kiss on camera

Jackman added that he was just, ‘frustrated that I won’t see and cheer him on, but I’ll cheer you on in my heart, Max.’

‘Everyone, my whole team of The Music Man, I hate not being with you, but I’ll be back as soon as I can,’ he added.

The actor went on to say that his failure was just, ‘another reminder’ to say, ‘a million times that real Broadway heroes are trainees, ventures and swings, and that has never been more obvious than last year.’

He added that standby, understudies and swings, “give meaning to the phrase, ‘the show must go on,’ and it will continue and be amazing. ‘

He told Clayton, ‘to have the best time and get back to River City as soon as I can’ as the video drew to a close.

Hugh was previously positive at COVID in December 2021, and then had to retire from The Music Man.

Oh no!  The release comes a week after Hugh announced that he is positive again on COVID-19, which means that he will have to temporarily give up his Broadway production of The Music Man.

Oh no! The release comes a week after Hugh announced that he is positive again on COVID-19, which means that he will have to temporarily give up his Broadway production of The Music Man.

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