Oh, man, what a show for Gateway

HOMEWARD BOUND: Stephen Morris joins his Manpower Australia mates for a six-week tour back home.

After kicking some major entertainment goals this year, Manpower Australia is bringing its stage show to Geelong next Friday night.

The fully choreographed two-hour stage spectacular is perfect for a girls’ night out or birthday celebration, according to promoters.

After performing 13 shows weekly on the glitter strip of Las Vegas, the troop took to the road last year for sell out tours across the Netherlands, Germany, Canada, USA, Macau, Hong Kong and Thailand.

Heralded as the most sought after male revue in the world today, Manpower Australia has now worked in over 15 countries performing to about eight million women.

Promoters are urging Geelong audiences to “watch your fantasies come true as these Aussies show off their chiselled bodies, seductive dance moves and cheeky humour”.

Manpower performer Stephen Morris, 27, has been performing in the all-Aussie male revue Thunder Down Under for the past four years.

“It’s amazing coming home to perform for the Aussie crowds as they are a lot more vocal and there is really no place like home,” Morris said.

“My favourite thing would be traveling the world with my best mates to perform on different stages across the globe.

The Gold Coast performer, who also prides himself on being “a great cook”, has toured eight different countries with the show. This year international touring includes Australia, Canada and Germany.

“When I’m away I miss my family and friends the most as well as the good easy-going Aussie culture,” he said.

Morris expected to cook up a storm on stage for the Girls Night Out show at the Gateway Hotel, Corio, next Friday.

The local venue is among nine Victorian gigs before the boys tour Canberra, New South Wales and Queensland during February and March.

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