Amanda Seyfried got a surprise from her Les Miserables co-star Hugh Jackman at a special screening of the film - a birthday lap-dance.
The actress, who has just turned 27, was attending a viewing of the hugely-anticipated Tom Hooper film in Los Angeles when Hugh, who plays the father of Amanda's character Cosette, brought her on stage.
Vulture reports that he said: "Tonight is a special night, and I am going to sing one song. And this is a song I am not going to sing alone, because it is the birthday of Amanda Seyfried."
He added: "Amanda, get up here... Now sit down."
Hugh apparently shimmied around Amanda as he sang Happy Birthday and quipped: "Yes, it's one of those father-daughter relationships..."
The blushing actress was then presented with a chocolate birthday cake.
According to Vulture, Amanda said afterwards: "I was just thinking that my 27th year is probably going to be best because it was brought in in such a way that my hero, Mr Hugh, got to stretch his cords one more time for me."