The ladies will dare to bare for women’s health awareness and in particular breast cancer.
Choreographer Todd McKenney - who masterminded the men's performance on All New Monty – will reprise his role for the women’s version.
In 2018, two million people tuned in to see eight famous men perform the iconic striptease to shine a light on men’s health.
With the bar set, the ladies will have a lot to prove when they take to the stage.
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In a statement, Home and Away’s Georgie Parker said she hopes that the show will become a “talking point about women’s health and well-being in general.”
“Any chance you have of bringing awareness to breast cancer is worth doing,” she said.
Yoga Guru Simone Callahan had a similar sentiment.
“If we can shed some light on this terrible disease, then I’m happy to ‘get my girls out’, as my daughter says, for breast cancer awareness,” she said.
TV presenter Rachael Finch views Ladies Night as “a fabulous opportunity to see how empowering it is when women come together.”
For Lynne McGranger, her decision to participate is personal.
“My very best friend, Maureen, recently lost her only daughter, Nikki, to breast cancer. Nikki was under 40 when she was first diagnosed and she was taken from us just two days short of her 49th birthday. I’m just so passionate about beating this damn awful disease that takes women from us,” she said.
Eight female celebrities are about to perform in The All New Monty: Ladies’ Night.
Daring to bare for charity will be a bold and undoubtedly nerve-wracking experience for the women.
Swimming Olympian Lisa Curry likened it to preparing for a race.
When asked if she was nervous, the mother-of-three said, “I hope standing on stage when the curtains are about to open isn’t like how I felt standing on the blocks where my legs were jelly. I couldn’t even stand.”
“Being on stage with adrenalin, nerves and in high heels and a screaming crowd, I have to be prepared for that,” she added.
Casey Donovan admitted she was slightly hesitant at first, and that taking her top off scared her more than the routine.
“I think the biggest challenge for me is going to be just getting over myself. And getting over what I think my imperfections are. I think I just need to be in the moment and enjoy it,” she said.
The All New Monty Ladies' Night airs Sunday September 29 at 7pm on Channel 7.