The Real Full Monty charmed audiences in July, when it premiered on Channel Seven. The one-off show, which was based on the 1997 film The Full Monty, saw eight male Australian celebrities strip off in the name of men's health.
Today, Channel Seven confirmed an all-female version of the hit show. The Real Full Monty: Ladies Night will premiere in 2019.
The 'sister' series will see eight female celebrities pull together to create a show-stopping performance and raise awareness for women's health. The network is yet to confirm which celebrities will be taking on the task, though we can't wait to see who will step in to these impossibly big shoes!
The Real Full Monty featured a wide variety of stars from different fields, with Shane Jacobson, Campbell Brown, Matt Cooper, Brendan "Jonesy" Jones, Jett Kenny, Sam Mac, Kris Smith and Brian "BT" Taylor stepping up to perform the iconic strip tease from the film.
The men were choreographed by former Dancing With The Stars judge Todd McKenney.
"I was there to help them look as good as possible," Todd says.
"It was a unique experience," he continues. "That's because there's a serious element to it, yet it was also very fun. And the guys were hilarious.
"I had the challenge of trying to choreograph non-dancers, but also teaching them to strip!
"Choreography is something you can only learn through repetition," Todd says. "So it became more real for the guys as we got closer to the Full Monty moment."
Here's hoping the eight ladies have the patience (and the courage) to nail the choreography! Stay tuned for more updates.
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