This year marks the 20th anniversary of the 1997 mega hit film The Full Monty. The film touched the hearts of audiences worldwide as eight ordinary men faced their fears and stripped off for a cause close to their hearts.
Now, in the special television event, THE REAL FULL MONTY, a group of eight Australian male celebrities will strip down in a large-scale performance to raise awareness for testicular and prostate cancer.
In this feel-good documentary we’ll go on the journey with these eight brave celebs – from the awkwardness of the first rehearsal, to the final triumphant show where they rip their G-strings off in front of a packed audience Who will dare to bare all for a worthy cause?
Herald Sun reveals the full cast today:
Campbell Brown (former AFL player)
Brian Taylor (Channel Seven and Triple M AFL commentator)
Shane Jacobson (actor)
Sam Mac (Sunrise weather presenter)
Jett Kenny (ironman)
Kris Smith (model)
Brendan Jones (WSFM breakfast co-host)
Matt Cooper (former NRL player)
The cheeky cast of THE REAL FULL MONTY is revealed.
The brave celebrities who will be baring all on THE REAL FULL MONTY have been uncovered.
The fun and feel-good documentary will see the following men leave nothing to the imagination as they pay homage to the iconic film.
CAMPBELL BROWN - AFL STAR
MATT COOPER - NRL GREAT
SHANE JACOBSON –TV HOST/ACTOR
BRENDAN “JONESY” JONES - RADIO PERSONALITY
JETT KENNY – IRONMAN
SAM MAC - SUNRISE WEATHER GURU
KRIS SMITH - MODEL
BRIAN “BT” TAYLOR - AFL LEGEND/SEVEN COMMENTATOR
Viewers will go on a journey with these brave men, from the awkwardness of the first rehearsal to the final triumphant moment standing in nothing but their birthday suits.
As well as performing, Shane Jacobson (Little Big Shots) will host alongside choreographer Todd McKenney (Dancing with the Stars, The Boy from Oz), whose job it is to put our celebrities through their rhythmic paces building up to one glorious moment.
The one-off special is also designed to raise awareness of men’s health issues. The stars are stepping out of their comfort zone to encourage Aussie men to do the same and get themselves checked for prostate and testicular cancer.
Campbell Brown – AFL Star
Matt Cooper – NRL Great
Shane Jacobson –TV Host/Actor
Brendan “Jonesy” Jones – Radio Personality
Jett Kenny – Ironman
Sam Mac – Sunrise Weather Guru
Kris Smith – Model
Brian “BT” Taylor – AFL Legend/Seven Commentator
Sam Mac told News Corp he and the other seven men had attended secret rehearsals since August last year. They would have been in training for two months when Seven launched the show at its Allfronts event.