The All New Monty's Todd McKenney reveals the insecurity guys had about manhood

The All New Monty's male performers had one common concern regarding their manhood while filming the risqué strip show

By Caleb Taylor For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 06:48 BST, 13 September 2020 | Updated: 07:22 BST, 13 September 2020

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TV star Todd McKenney is back as the choreographer for Channel Seven's charity strip show - The All New Monty: Guys and Gals. 

And the 55-year-old has revealed the one insecurity all of the male performers had about their manhood while performing onstage. 

Speaking to The Sunday Telegraph this week, Todd confessed the men were collectively concerned about 'shrinkage'. 

Oh my! The All New Monty's Todd McKenney, 55, (pictured) reveals the insecurity all the male performers while onstage during an interview with The Sunday Telegraph

Oh my! The All New Monty's Todd McKenney, 55, (pictured) reveals the insecurity all the male performers while onstage during an interview with The Sunday Telegraph 

'Every single one of them asked me what the temperature was going to be in the theater for the performance,' Todd said.

Knowing of their concerns, Todd he played a practical joke on the nervous cast to keep them in line.

'I told them I'd turn it down to -12C if they didn't turn up to rehearsals on time.'

Hot, hot, hot: 'Every single one of them asked me what the temperature was going to be in the theatre for the performance,' Todd said of the male performers. Pictured: Orpheus Pledger

Hot, hot, hot: 'Every single one of them asked me what the temperature was going to be in the theatre for the performance,' Todd said of the male performers. Pictured: Orpheus Pledger 

The male performers this year will include former Home and Away star Orpheus Pledger, Wayne Carey, and model Tom Derickx.   

Speaking to the Sunday Herald Sun

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