Your Favourite Aussie Male Celebs Are Gonna Get Naked For A New Show

By Krisinda Merhi March 26, 2019

Matty J will be there. ‘Nuff said. 

Yes, you read that headline correctly 

Yes, you may have a moment to cool yourself down.

Find a fan. Drink some cold water. Have an icy shower. 




Channel Seven’s new show THE ALL NEW MONTY is here to fulfil all of your horny desires. But it’s for good cause, so you gotta keep it in check a little. 

“What’s the show about?” I can hear you asking. 

“Why would I be horny?”

Well friends, the basic gist of the show is that a cast of male Aussie celebrities will striptease on national TV in the name of men’s health. 

The seven Aussie celebs taking part this year are: 

1. NRL star George Burgess.

2. The Bachelor’s Matty J (!!!!).

3. Children’s entertainer Sam Moran (yes, the Wiggle… we’re rolling with it).

4. Dual code great Lote Tuqiri.

5. Gold Logie Award-winning actor John Wood (getting ready to show us his wood, if ya know what we mean).

6. AFL legend Robert ‘Dipper’ Dipierdomenico.

7. AFL legend 2.0 Brendan Fevola. 

But it’s not just a “quick take your clothes off” kinda thing. The group will perform a saucy dance number, peeling their clothes off bit by bit like something straight outta Magic Mike. 

The dance will be choreographed by none other than Todd McKenney and the show will be hosted by comedian Shane Jacobson. 

This isn’t the first time Aussie men have gone full monty on national television. 

Last year’s one-night-only special - The Real Full Monty - was the number one new show of 2018 with two million people tuning in to see eight other Aussie blokes strip and shine a light on men’s health. 

The dance inspired others to share stories of their own cancer battles and positive outcomes from early detection. Which is really bloody nice. 

You can re-live last year’s spectacular below:

The aim of THE ALL NEW MONTY 2019 is to build on the success of last year’s show and keep the conversation about men’s health open. 

Rehearsals are currently underway. 

We’d suggest not watching it with your dad, but if prime time television says it’s okay viewing, then it’s okay viewing. 

Images: Matty J / Instagram, Giphy / Giphy.