They might dress up as firefighters in their viral social media videos -- but these "magic men" typically don't turn down the heat.
Hailing from the "land down under," Magic Men Australia are a group of male exotic dancers that have garnered worldwide fandom with their heart-pumping, audience-engaging performances.
The group's frontman, Will Parfitt, bears an uncanny resemblance to Channing Tatum, who played the leading role in the hugely-popular Magic Mike franchise. The London-born heartthrob has amassed an impressive seven million followers on TikTok and 1.7 million on Instagram, where he showcases segments from his performances.
The Aussie posse hopped across the pond for a massive "Feel the Heat" tour across North America, which included numerous cities across Canada throughout May. They played a couple of sold-out shows in Vancouver on Cinco de Mayo (May 5).
After playing several more shows across the country, the group took its "Feel the Heat" tour to Canada's largest province, Ontario, playing a pair of shows in Toronto and multiple other cities. They also took a moment to visit the awe-inspiring Niagara Falls, where they took topless pictures in front of its crashing waters that they paired with cheeky comments on social media.
Parfitt shared several jaw-dropping videos from the group's shows on his Instagram, including a spicy tease with a Canadian flag.
One fan commented, "I’ll never look at the Canadian flag the same way," while another said, "It doesn't get any better than this."
If you didn't catch the "Magic Men" in Vancouver, they will be playing a pair of shows in Alberta in a week, including one in Red Deer on May 26 and one in Edmonton on May 27.
If you aren't keen on a long road trip, tickets with Flair Airlines from Vancouver to Edmonton start for as little as $81 including all taxes and fees departing on May 26 and returning on May 27. This would be your last chance to catch the boys in Canada before they hop out of the country.