Off the back of a 10-year stint dancing in Las Vegas, stripper Davey Hughes is set to bring raunch to Katherine.
Chiseled and cheeky on stage, by his own admission he is the "old man of the group".
On track to the NT and stopping in at Australia's cities and regional towns, the Sydney Hotshots are fulfilling fantasies with their high-powered dance routines, sensational bodies and unique blend of sex appeal.
On his third trip around Australia with the boys, 37-year-old Hughes is in it for the screams, he said.
"We dance to entertain.
"It is pretty raunchy, but it toes the line.
"Expect two hours of fun with your girlfriends where you can perv on some hot guys and have a good time."
Hughes has kept in the game long after most tap out.
Following in the footsteps of his big brother and stripper-turned-celebrity-gardener, Jamie Durie, Davey Hughes said the career is not for the faint hearted.
It takes countless hours of work to stay in shape and learn the routines, and the boys spend days on the road travelling from one location to the next.
Starting out in the 90s, he's learnt a thing or two about entertaining women, he said, and it's no easy feat.
"You have to be confident and humble at the same time because girls can smell it if you think too much of yourself.
"There is a fine line, but showing your natural personality and making things fun is always a winner."
He promises the night will be the most fun a girl can have standing up.
"They will be screaming and laughing and thoroughly entertained for an unforgettable night," a Hotshots spokeswoman said.
"Leading the show is our very own Mathew McConaughey who hails from the Excalibur casino in Las Vegas," she said.
"Each performer is handpicked from all over the world, they audition at the vegas lounge every Saturday Night in our 11 million dollar venue in kings cross ( The Vegas Hotel) and if they pass the test they get trained up in our boot camp and then head on tour to see our beautiful country and perform for all the gorgeous ladies in Australia."
Last year, ticket holders missed out on a steamy Katherine show as the Hotshot's bus crashed into a Kangaroo, about 10km outside of Halls Creek.
The bus rolled three times and was written off.
While the dancers were able to get out of the bus unscathed, they were unable to make it to the Katherine show.
Tickets cost $35 and can be purchased at the Katherine Country Club.
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