A-lister Jude Law has been spotted having the time of his life in a busy Brisbane crowd, and it is the feel-good content we all need.
The Academy Award nominated actor got his boogie on at Paul McCartney’s concert on the Gold Coast.
Law, 50, was dancing and singing, and it looked like he was having the time of his life.
He was looking low-key in a black top and jeans and dancing to the banger Hey Jude. It was exactly what you’d want any Jude to do in such a situation.
It is no secret that Australia loves it when any celebrity is seen living among us in our board shorts, thongs and obsession with Bondi Le Sands.
So there’s no denying it was fun to see the huge star enjoying the show alongside a bunch of excited Aussies.
So how did we lure the movie star here? Well, Law is in town filming the new Ron Howard movie Eden. Not much is known about the upcoming blockbuster, but it is set to be a survival thriller.
Law has been one of the acting world’s most famous faces for decades, and he’s had one of the most public and messy celebrity relationships.
He famously dated ‘it’ girl Sienna Miller in the early 2000s, although they ultimately broke up after Law had an affair in 2005.
In unusual celebrity fashion, he publicly admitted to his infidelity.
“I just want to say I am deeply ashamed and upset that I’ve hurt Sienna and the people most close to us,” Law said.
Miller and Law split but ended up getting back together in 2008 and ultimately broke up again around 2011.
Miller never said much about the experience, but in 2020 she described it as the most challenging “moments.”
“I hope I’ll ever have to experience. Because with that level of public heartbreak, to have to get out of a bed, let alone stand in front of 800 people every night, it’s just the last thing you want to do,” she toldThe Daily Beast in 2020.
Since then, Law has kept a much lower profile but opened up in 2018 about what he dislikes most about being so incredibly famous.
“I think the thing I loathe is that you subconsciously are aware of, say, how you look or how you act, even when you know you’re not in the public eye,” he said.