And a few excited audience members who sat in front of me were there for a very special reason.
It was a group of ladies in their 50s and 60s who had gone through cancer themselves, sporting mastectomy scars and bearing the trauma of surviving the awful disease.
As the seven stars danced their choreographed routine and took off their pants, some ladies decided to follow suit and stripped off their tops too.
I’m surprised the cameras didn’t catch the screaming topless girls down the back!
But my eyes were trained on the stage as Matty, George, Sam, Lote, John, Robert and Brendan ditched their pants, and briefly hid their genitals with a sailor hat, before tossing them aside and showing the world what they’re made of – literally!
Bursts of confetti covered most of their crown jewels, but the boys weren’t afraid to stand proudly and linger for a bit longer as the confetti started to fade.
It looked like they would have been happy to stand there naked even longer as the guys were ushered backstage, much to the audience’s disappointment.
There were also a few tears in the audience as The Greatest Showman song This Is Me shook the house down and everyone screamed in support of the incredible cause.
You could absolutely feel the love and passion in the air that night. If it doesn’t inspire Aussie men to get themselves check, who knows what will.