Fifty Shades of Grey and Magic Mike have proven that female audiences like a little something that will leave them feeling breathless.
But the Sydney Hotshots cornered that market years ago.
They are the experts at leaving women screaming for more or feeling hot under the collar.
Paul Reynolds was approached by Jamie Durie in a nightclub to join Manpower years ago.
Reynolds toured with them for a while before returning to Sydney and joining the Hotshots about a decade ago.
“Everybody has different motivation but personally, I love women and we all love entertaining,” he said.
“They’re always happy to see you.
“We hand the power over to the women.”
Reynolds is the show’s MC and resident cowboy.
The new show features homages to Fifty Shades of Grey and Magic Mike, a sensual An Officer and a Gentleman routine and the classic fireman and policeman.
Wagga audiences might notice a familiar face on stage as The Daily Advertiser journalist Brodie Owen joins the Hotshots for a dance.
Shows will be held at the Lockhart Ex-Services Club on September 2 and Wagga’s Commercial Club on September 4.
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