98 Degrees’ Jeff Timmons to Launch Male Musical Revue ‘Men of the Strip’

98 Degrees' Jeff Timmons to Launch Male Musical Revue 'Men of the Strip'

The former pop star is also developing a reality show about the Chippendale-like brand specializing in making ladies go wild

Following in the footsteps of N'SYNC's 60-second return to the spotlight, 98 Degrees’ boy band member Jeff Timmons has announced “Men of the Strip” — a male musical revue that he hopes will reignite his career on the stage.

Timmons partnered with choreographer Glenn Douglas Packard to create what is described as a “multi-faceted new live male revue entertainment extravaganza,” which will be “taking sexy to a whole new level!” The production will pair singing and dancing with a wide range of music and Cirque Du Soleil-like acrobatics.

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Timmons will host and perform in the show alongside eight other men, including former college football star Chris Boudreaux, fitness trainer Dwayne Baldwin, radiologist Garo Bechirian, Latin soap star Joel Sajion, stage actor Keith Webb, veteran Vegas stage performer Kyle Efthemes, wrestler in training Nate Estimada, and Jiu-jitsu trainer Charles Dera.

 

To spread the word about the new Vegas show, Timmons and the rest of his shirtless studs are preparing to embark on a promotional club tour in up to 40 cities across the country.

The tour will not only “tease” audiences of the spectacle that is to come, it will set the stage for a behind-the-scenes docu-series focusing on the development of “Men on the Strip,” as well as the performers participating.

“The show is designed to help the viewer learn about each of our guys,” Timmons said. “What's fascinating is that these guys are strippers, but they are also total rock stars. Each brings a unique life experience into their work on the show. Some guys put themselves through college, some have wives, some are total party animals. They're all interesting personalities, and we take an irreverent tone to sharing their lives just as we do in the stage show itself. I think women of all ages will be fascinated by them and enjoy the fantasy element of it all.”