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PlayBlog Anne Hathaway, James Franco Sing on Oscar Night and in Outtakes (Video) Anne Hathaway got to show off her singing chops when she co-hosted the 83rd Annual Academy Awards Feb. 27 – and her co-host, James Franco, got to sing, too, albeit not ultimately at the ceremony.

Hathaway performed a parody of the Les Miserables ballad "On My Own" with lyrics directed at Hugh Jackman, who she claimed left her in the lurch after promising to sing a duet with her. Franco appeared at the end of that segment in Marilyn Monroe's "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" get-up, but instead of making that classic movie musical number his own, he performed a parody of the "Grease" movie finale "You're the One That I Want" with Hathaway in a segment from the opening film montage that was ultimately cut from the broadcast.

To see Hathaway sing a Broadway number (from a musical that reportedly may be filmed with "King's Speech" Oscar winner Tom Hooper directing) and the outtake of Hathaway and Franco film an homage to a movie-musical favorite, look below:

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