The men who’ll dare to bare are NRL star George Burgess, The Bachelor’s Matty J, children’s entertainer Sam Moran, dual code great Lote Tuqiri, Gold Logie award-winning actor John Wood along with AFL legends Robert "Dipper" Dipierdomenico and Brendan Fevola.
The cheeky cast of male celebrities are hellbent on having a ball in the name of men’s health.
Last year’s memorable one-night only special - The Real Full Monty - was the number one new show of 2018 with 2 million people tuning in to see eight famous Aussie blokes perform the iconic strip tease and shine a light on men’s health.
The troupe’s ballsy performance set social media alight with overwhelming praise for the stars’ efforts. The impact was instant and significant with many sharing inspiring stories of their own cancer battles and positive outcomes from early detection.
The aim this year is to build on the show’s incredible legacy and keep the key health messages at the forefront of the nation’s minds.
Rehearsals are currently underway.
The All New Monty air date has not be released yet but it is coming soon to Channel Seven.