The Real Full Monty is the must-see television event of the year! On Sunday night on Channel Seven, eight famous men dare to bare all for a good cause.
The fun and feel-good documentary will see these celebrities leave nothing to the imagination as they pay homage to the iconic 20th Century Fox film.
Released in 1997, the film’s climax is the famous striptease routine and, more than two decades on, the following men will be bringing it back live for one night only.
He is the lovable actor and TV host that Australia can’t get enough of. After being catapulted to worldwide success in the film Kenny, Shane has appeared in countless films including The Bourne Legacy, and hosted a variety of television programs including ratings smash, Little Big Shots.
Whether it’s rain, hail or shine, Sam Mac is always smiling as Sunrise’s weather guru. But, could stripping in front of strangers wipe the grin from Sam’s smiling face?
‘That moment where we have to remove the hat and show everything is something I have nightmares about!’
Brian 'BT' Taylor
He topped Collingwood’s goal kicking every year from 1985-89 and now the AFL legend is kicking goals as a commentator for Seven’s Friday Night Football and Sunday Football.
Now he faces the challenge of dancing and stripping – but it’s all for a great cause.
Brian 'Jonesy' Jones
Jonesy is best known for his role as co-host of WSFM’s breakfast show, Jonesy and Amanda, but the radio personality isn’t new to dancing, having previously competed on Dancing With The Stars.
After seven tests, 13 State of Origins and 243 games for the Dragons, rugby league legend Matt Cooper retired. But now he is tackling his latest challenge of raising two kids and running his new gym, The Bunker.
The former AFL star is a regular fixture on TV as a commentator for the VFL and horseracing, but this is a different ball game for the sportsman.
‘I’m a terrible dancer. But it’s a great cause. Creating awareness of men’s cancer is the main reason we all got involved.’
Model and TV host, Kris Smith isn’t a stranger to strutting his stuff on stage, but he has never done it with his clothes off!
Beginning his career as a rugby league player in the UK, Kris went on to become a successful model, and is a long-standing ambassador for department store Myer.
The Real Full Monty airs Sunday, July 29th, on Channel Seven.