The All New Monty: Guys and Gals aired on Sunday night with an all-star line up of stripping off on stage to raise awareness for cancers affecting women.
Sam Frost, Patti Newton, Ash Pollard, Danielle Spencer, Erin Holland, Fiona O'Loughlin and Leisel Jones bared all for charity on the night.
Following weeks of rehearsals, the ladies were ready to strip off and go topless for the crowd at Sydney's Enmore Theatre.
Casey Donovan, who took part in the performance last year, was on stage singing Shania Twain's Man! I Feel Like A Woman as the women danced.
Male dancers joined the ladies and removed their clothing including their skirts and corsets.
The performers kept their corsets close for a moment, before revealing all for the incredibly excited audience who cheered them on.
Sam Frost told the cameras after the performance: "As soon as that corset went off and you're exposing yourself, I could see my mates in the front row and I was like, argh! This is the best feeling!"
Fiona O'Loughlin agreed, saying: "I had no idea I was going to feel that useful in such a fun, liberating way."
"It just felt so powerful I want to do it again," she added.
Ash Pollard was sad it was over already: "I can't believe it's over, it just went like that!"
"They should bottle that and sell that emotion, it was incredible."
Speaking with the Daily Telegraph, Danielle Spencer described the performance as "challenging".
"It does not come naturally to me at all, it was very challenging but I wanted to be a part of something that was trying to do some good."
"It is kind of out of control the whole breast cancer thing. We are trying to bring some lightness to the conversation, and that feeling of ‘hey ladies, we are all in this. We all have breasts and we all need to check them.'"
Leisel Jones, however, was excited by the challenge, saying, "I’ve been wearing the skimpiest, high cut pair of bathers on television since I was 15 so it’s pretty much the same thing."
She added that being an athlete means she has respect for her body and doesn't focus on what it looks like.