Lisa Curry’s awkward moment on The Real Full Monty
Former Australian swimming champion Lisa Curry got more than she bargained for when she went to support her son strip in the name of men’s health for Channel 7’s TV special, The Real Full Monty.
The one-off special, which aired last night, saw Jett Kenny, the 23-year-old son of Lisa Curry and Grant Kenny, along with eight other male celebrities, take their kit off to encourage Aussie men to get themselves checked for prostate and testicular cancer.
Jett, who is an Ironman and model, bared all on stage alongside AFL star Campbell Brown, NRL great Matt Cooper, actor Shane Jacobson, radio personality Brendan ‘Jonesy’ Jones, Sunrise’s Sam Mac, model Kris Smith and AFL commentator Brian ‘BT’ Taylor.
TV viewers were only shown bare bottoms, filmed from behind, but well-timed pyrotechnics were meant to conceal the men’s private bits from the live audiences’ eyes.
However, unluckily for Jett, a technical glitch stopped his fireworks going off for a few seconds, meaning he was left completely naked in front of thousands of people – including his mother and sister, who were sitting front and centre.
And Lisa’s reaction did not disappoint as she was left covering her face after seeing her adult son stark naked.
Just before the show, Curry had visited her son backstage to wish him luck, laughing that she hadn’t seen him nude since he was three years old.
“I’m sitting right in the front row. So what should I do, bring binoculars?” she joked.
Kenny quipped back: “A telescope!”
“I’ve not seen Jett naked since he was three!” Curry exclaimed, before telling him to “have a ball. Oh, have two!”