Sexy, down to earth Sydney Hotshots visit Gladstone
THEY look like ordinary blokes, but lose the shirts and it becomes obvious these four young men are part of the alluring, entertaining sensation - The Sydney Hotshots.
Davey Hughes, Jake Latimer, Callum Harper and Andy Hammang met The Observer at The Grand Hotel earlier this week to chat in a special video interview.
The boys were the coolest of cats, extremely polite and a joy to meet.
What was more evident, other than their protruding muscles - hidden partly under their shirts and singlets - was their casual down-to-earth nature.
The group, including sound and lighting technician Jake Rawle, admitted life touring on the road was great.
When they're not sleeping, jokes and laughter fill the air and the crew boast a brotherhood kind of relationship.
As one of the hunky entertainers, Andy, said the show is the ultimate girl's night out.
"At the end of the show we like to hang out with all the girls," he said.
The performance is highlighted with the latest state of the art lighting and sound and an array of costumes are set to take the stage.
"We've got all the ladies' favourites," Andy said. "Including the hot fireman costume."
The boys will perform at the Grand Hotel on Saturday.