Manpower Australia returns to Oz

TOO HOT TO HANDLE: Kurt Joseph from Manpower Australia will hit the stage this March. Picture: Supplied

TOO HOT TO HANDLE: Kurt Joseph from Manpower Australia will hit the stage this March. Picture: Supplied

Jaws will drop and ladies will swoon when Manpower Australia return home this year for their sexiest Aussie tour yet.

Direct from Las Vegas, these sexy performers will bring entertainment to a whole new level when they show off their chiselled bodies, seductive dance moves and cheeky humour.

Kurt Joseph has been part of the Manpower Australia crew – also known as Australia’s Thunder from Down Under – for almost two years and says he “absolutely loves it”.

“I was a DJ before I joined Manpower Australia and now I am the host of the show. I absolutely love it,” he said.

“To keep my body in shape I try to maintain a balanced and nutritious diet and I also make sure I get to the gym.

“At the same time the show helps to keep me fit.”

With almost one million Facebook followers and 13 sold out shows each week at the Excalibur Casino in Las Vegas, it’s no surprise that this home grown entertainment success is catching the eye of celebrities.

The Aussie sensations have hosted for Hollywood’s elite such as Demi Moore, Paris Hilton, MTV’s Teen Mom Maci Bookout, Geordie Shore’s Holly Hagan and the girls from Total Divas at their Las Vegas showroom.

Joseph said the highlight of performing are the fans.

“Stepping out at the beginning of the show to the loud screams of the audience is an indescribable feeling,” he said.

“I definitely do not get bored in this job. Every night the show is so different, so you never know what to expect.”

The 29-year-old said after working away from home for so long, he is mostly looking forward to being reunited to his pet pug Abbey.

“I can’t wait to get home and give her some big cuddles,” Joseph said.

“Do yourself a favour, grab your girls and come out and see us!”

Gather the girls, let down your hair, kick up your heels and prepare to be left weak at the knees.

  • 8pm on Saturday, March 11 at Blacktown Workers Club, 55 Campbell St, Blacktown. Tickets: $35. To book: Call 9830 0600 or visit workersclub.com.au.
CHISELLED: This year has seen the all-Aussie line-up kick major goals around the globe – with tours in Mexico, Canada, US, Hong Kong and the Netherlands.

CHISELLED: This year has seen the all-Aussie line-up kick major goals around the globe – with tours in Mexico, Canada, US, Hong Kong and the Netherlands.