The All New Monty: Guys strip naked for VERY cheeky final performance

It's showtime! Former Home and Away star Orpheus Pledger and model Tom Derickx put on a raunchy display as the lads strip completely naked on The All New Monty: Guys & Gals

By Jabeen Waheed For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 11:57 BST, 20 September 2020 | Updated: 12:01 BST, 20 September 2020

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The boys certainly pulled it out of the bag when it counted on Sunday's episode of The All New Monty: Guys & Gals.

After a disastrously out of sync dress rehearsal, the celebrity line-up showed off their fancy footwork while stripping naked in a bid to raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer during their final performance on the Channel Seven charity special. 

With the boys' clothes dropping by the second, audience members could not contain themselves as they screamed, danced and clapped in support from their seats. 

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Lights, camera, action! The boys certainly pulled it out of the bag when it counted on Sunday's episode of The All New Monty: Guys and Gals

Lights, camera, action! The boys certainly pulled it out of the bag when it counted on Sunday's episode of The All New Monty: Guys and Gals

Tom Derickx, Adam Dovile, Orpheus Pledger, Wayne Carey, Samuel Johnson, Michael Slater, Shannan Ponton and Paul Fenech practised rigorously throughout the episode to nail their routine.

And choreographer Todd McKenney certainly had his work cut out for him as he struggled to get the boys to flawlessly execute their dance moves in rehearsals.

Attempting to ease their nerves, Todd took the performers to the salon to get a wax and a spray-tan.

Once primped and preened, it was time for the boys to hit the stage and perform for a packed out theatre.

Good cause: The celebrity line-up showed off their fancy footwork while stripping naked in a bid to raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer during their final performance on the Channel Seven charity special

Good cause: The celebrity line-up showed off their fancy footwork while stripping naked in a bid to raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer during their final performance on the Channel Seven charity special

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