Sydney Hotshots set to satisfy Bunbury with Secret Fantasies show

They’re some of the sexiest men the stage has seen and they’re headed to Bunbury.

Set to steam up the Highway Hotel at the end of May, the six-pack sensation that is the Sydney Hotshots have sold out the Bunbury show more than a week out from their visit.

Direct from the Vegas Lounge in Sydney, their brand new Secret Fantasies show is two hours of non-stop male cabaret style excitement from the next generation of Hotshots.

With brand new choreography and evidently ripped bodies, their latest production features breath taking dance routines inspired by Magic Mike and Fifty Shades of Grey and music from chart-toppers in the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and now including Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake.

MC Dave Hughes said it’s the ultimate ladies night out, and their sexiest show yet.

“We’ve got a heap of new costumes, our routines are all new, we’ve got a Bruno Mars/Magic Mike vibe going with all the latest stuff now that’s on the video music charts. We’ve got new, fit guys with six packs but still the silver old hotshots theme that we’ve always had for 20 years, just updated,” Hughes boasted.

“We’re all very excited. We’re on our way to WA literally right now following our Queensland and New South Wales runs and we’ve got a bunch of shows on the west coast so it should be fun.

“I’ve got all new games and jokes and stuff like that too so ladies can just sit back and we take care of the rest.”

Australia’s leading and only full-time touring male venue show, the Hotshots are also renowned across the country for their avant-garde lighting, amusing touches of humour and warm personalities, seeing women from all across the nation begging for more eye candy.

Hughes said it’s been an epic journey to be part of the Hotshots and take the tour around to more than 200 towns across Australia.

“I’ve been in the Hotshots on and off for about five years. I fell into it when my older brother was in it, he was in shows as well,” he said.

“I love travelling around with all the guys and going to the gym, all the camaraderie. And of course, putting on a good show for the ladies.

“In the regional areas it’s really popular because it’s something on and girls like to have a night out. Let their hair down, catch up and have fun and have a perv.”

The show also includes competitions, muscle demos and classic cameos from the ‘Hot as Hell Fireman’, the ‘Sensual and Sensitive Officer and a Gentleman’, the ‘Lock Me Up Policeman’, the ‘Special Forces SWAT Team’, the ‘Seven Seas of Seduction Sailor’, a ‘Rule-Breaking Gangster’, the ‘Maverick Soldier’, the ‘Personal Doctor’, ‘Spartan the Gladiator’, the ‘Mile High Pilot’ and the ‘Incorrigible Cowboy’.

“The cowboy/pony routine is always a good one because the girls love the cowboys,” Hughes said.

“It’s the ultimate ladies night out, we’re the most enthusiastic Hotshot show we’ve had and we’re very excited to come. So get ready, let’s have some fun Bunbury.”