Every year Telethon undoubtedly sees a raft of male celebrities asked to take their shirts off on camera in the name of charity, with actors George Houvardas, Hugh Sheridan and Dan Ewing all stripping off for viewer donations in the past.
WA-raised Home and Away hunks Johnny Ruffo and Nic Westaway revealed to AAA they had returned to their home State ready for any daring demands the public may throw at them during the weekend.
"Johnny has been training for the past couple of months to get his body into shape so he's ready," Westaway, who plays Kyle Braxton on the soap, joked.
Ruffo added: "If people come up with some fun, quirky ideas we are always up for it.
"At the end of the day we are raising money for a good cause so we can't complain."
True to form, *Margaret River *heart-throb Westaway was one of the first stars to take on the challenge this year when he posted a shirtless snap on the Telethon Facebook page after attracting more than 10,000 likes on an earlier photo.
The 24-year-old also wasted no time showing off Perth to his fellow Home and Away cast mates on his first visit back west since Christmas.
"I took Tai (Hara) for a little tour around WA. He plays big Andy, one of the new Barrett boys," Westaway said.
"He has never been to WA before so it's all very homely to me but very foreign to him."
Showing off his softer side, former Balcatta concreter- turned TV star Ruffo said being back in Perth for Telethon made him reflect on his childhood.
"I spent a little bit of time in *Princess Margaret Hospital *myself as a kid so I know how important it is to be able to give back," the 25-year-old said.
"We are in a position where we have people watching us on TV so we have a big voice and we can use that to get people to jump on board."I think it's only fitting that we do everything we can to try and give back to the kids."