Following on from the wildly successful one-night-only special episode of The Real Full Monty in 2018, actor Shane Jacobson and choreographer Todd McKenny are returning to our screens to coach seven new male celebrities to bare all in the name of men's health.
A female-led follow up was confirmed last week, with Home and Away's Georgie Parker leading seven other stars in Ladies' Night.
In the male-led 'sequel' The All New Monty, Shane will be joined by a new cast of cheeky celebs, with NRL star George Burgess, The Bachelor's Matty J, children's entertainer Sam Moran, dual-code rugby great Lote Tuqiri, TV WEEK Gold Logie Award-winning actor John Wood, and AFL legends Robert 'Dipper' DiPierdomenico and Brendan Fevola.
Rehearsals are already underway for The All New Monty, with Todd's choreography sure to whip the stars in to shape quickly.
Last year's one-night-only special saw over 2 million people tune in to see their favourite Australian stars perform the iconic Real Fully Monty strip-tease.
The new stars aim to build on last year's incredibly legacy and keep the important health message at the forefront of the nation's minds.
The cast appeared on Sunrise this morning, where they held varying levels of excitement for their upcoming strip-tease.
"I think there's a big difference between having your shirt off, and having your manhood on display to one thousand people," Matty J told Sunrise hosts Sam Armytage and Kochie, referencing his famous shirtless montages on The Bachelor.
Though Matty J appeared nervous, his co-star George was more concerned about nailing the dance moves than getting his "kit" off.
"I'm not nervous," he said. "I'm not scared, probably more just scared about getting the dance routine perfect, but as far as getting our kit off I don't think we're too bothered about that."
THE ALL NEW MONTY is coming soon to Channel Seven.