Chandler's so-called 'Burly Burlesque' dancing dudes are back to promote their city

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CHANDLER, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -

Chandler's so-called 'Burly Burlesque' dancing dudes are back with some slick new moves for a special cause.

You might remember these three fellows who (nearly) bared it all last month in a music video to fight body shaming.

Kellen Sears, 31, Sean Saxon, 46, and Randy Walters, 63, say their first video was inspired by criticism Lady Gaga received after her Super Bowl halftime performance.

“I was pretty upset there was shaming of her going on because she has a great body and it was just ridiculous,” said Sears, who helped create the video.

Days later, the three men stripped down to the underwear and filmed a dance to the song “Born this Way." They posted it online and quickly got thousands of views.

[READ MORE: Chandler men strip to underwear to promote positive message]

Now, the three guys are back with another burly burlesque routine for a different cause.

The trio hopes the moves and grooves in their new video will encourage people to vote for their city in the "Battle of the Burbs."

In the spirit of March Madness, the Battle of the Burbs features a "bracket" which shows votes for each city, narrowing it down each time.

Chandler and Casa Grande are now facing off to win the top spot.

So, Sears, Saxon and Walters created a new video encouraging residents to vote for their burb to win a huge party, a free concert, and most importantly, bragging rights.

The guys once again went shirtless.

And not only did they dance, they sang. Instead of the lyrics to "Everybody Dance Now," They sang "Everybody vote now!"

You can find out more information and cast your vote online. Voting ends Friday, March 23 at 8 a.m.

You can watch the trio's new video HERE.

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