RIPPLING abdominals and biceps will be on show come February 7 at Seagulls Club in Tweed Heads West when the Sydney Hotshots tour the area.
The group's new show Funtasia is set to feature plenty of colourful costumes and character cameos including firemen, police officer and several others mixed with acrobatics, gymnastics and break-dancing.
Veteran Las Vegas performer Dave Hughes has recently joined the group and says the audiences are what keep him performing at the highest level.
"There is nothing more exciting than performing to an audience full of gorgeous Aussie women and seeing them have the time of their lives," Mr Hughes said.
"Mums and daughters, office workers, best friends and sisters all come together at the show."
Far from apprehensive about his big move from America, Mr Hughes said it was always a dream of his to experience Australia.
"There is no place like Australia and moving here to join the Sydney Hotshots is a dream come true, touring this beautiful country with its outstanding women."
Dedication to training and a strict diet is required of members as peak fitness is needed to perform at their best, according to director Paul Reynolds.
"The guys spend hours perfecting their moves, training to stay in shape and researching new ideas and songs."
"I believe that is the sort of ethic; the love for the show, audience and the level of professionalism our guys bring to the show that makes the Sydney Hotshots so successful."
Over 250,000 audience members experience the Sydney Hotshots annually so
It's fair to say they put on a good show.
For more information jump on the group's website www.sydneyhotshots.com .