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Sexy models to sizzle on stage

MALE DANCERS: The Sydney Hotshots will perform at the Greenbank RSL.
MALE DANCERS: The Sydney Hotshots will perform at the Greenbank RSL. Contributed

IF you want a show that's a little bit different, Greenbank RSL has the perfect show for you.

Branded some of the country's sexiest men, the boys from the Sydney Hotshots will once again turn up the heat and get hearts racing at their new show at the Greenbank RSL next month.

From hot firemen to Roman Spartans, the Sydney Hotshot's Fantasia show is jam-packed with gym crafted bodies, dancing, acrobatics, comedy and even a little bit of romance, just to heat things up even more.

After all, it's not every night a lady gets romanced by a secret agent, arrested by a police officer and carried away by a cowboy all before midnight.

Sydney Hotshot performer Andy Hamming said what he loved most about being part of the show was swooning ladies all across the country.

"We love touring because it means we get to share the fun and excitement of our show with hundreds of ladies from all over Australia, from small towns to big cities," he said.

"I think the best thing about the show, and the reason why I'm so proud to be a part of it, is that whether your 18 or 80, there's something for everyone.

"It has every kind of music, routine and costume you can think of which creates a timeless quality that appeals to everyone, and that's probably why we continue to be so popular."

But it isn't just the guys who get up on stage.

"One of our favourite things is having the ladies up on stage, whether it's for a competition or as part of our routine," Mr Hamming said.

"It's so much fun and really makes the show more interactive and intimate."

The new Funtasia show includes more up close and personal attention than ever before, games and giveaways.

The Sydney Hotshots are set to sizzle on stage on Saturday, February 2 at the Greenbank RSL, located on Anzac Ave, Hillcrest at 8.30pm.

Tickets are $28 each.

To book, phone 3380 0200.

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