A brand new group of movie star males are set to reveal all on TV all within the identify of charity.
Love Island winner Jack Fincham, Strictly Come Dancing skilled Gorka Marquez and Oldham actor Kelvin Fletcher are just some of the well-known faces stripping off to boost consciousness of most cancers.
They will be participating in ITV’s The All New Monty: Who Bares Wins, following on from the success of final yr’s The Actual Full Monty.
The BAFTA-nominated programme sees Range star and Dancing On Ice choose Ashley Banjo and Pointless host Alexander Armstrong persuade celebrities to strip on nationwide tv for what ITV describe as “the most important and most daring extravaganza but”.
After the primary feminine model of the present final yr, which received the Broadcast Award for finest widespread factual programme of 2018, broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire and Free Ladies panelist Coleen Nolan will return and are on the hunt for extra well-known women to take to the stage.
In two separate programmes, the celebrities will take to the stage to reveal all, studying dance routines and stripteases to display the significance of shedding physique inhibitions and making checks in intimate areas to forestall most cancers.
Becoming a member of Fincham, Marquez and Fletcher within the males’s model can be former snooker participant Willie Thorne, comic Joe Pasquale, Crimewatch host Rav Wilding, Dancing On Ice skater Matt Evers and footballer Jason Cundy.
Present bosses say the ladies’s line-up can be introduced in the end.
Banjo mentioned: “It is such a privilege to have the ability to be part of this implausible sequence. This present has been a life-changing expertise for me and hopefully for a lot of different males across the nation who’ve been checked or had conversations about most cancers that they would not have had in any other case.
“Yearly I plan one thing I hope can be higher than the final, however this time Xander and I actually have gone full-out to make this the most important and finest but!”
Armstrong added: “I’m proud to be part of such an awesome trigger alongside Ashley and I’m trying ahead to being concerned in one other implausible present. With this yr’s group of lads we can be trying to elevate the bar and guarantee it is a night time nobody will overlook!”
Banjo first launched The Actual Full Monty in 2017 to boost consciousness for males’s cancers.
The success led to a second sequence in 2018, with the likes of TOWIE star James ‘Arg’ Argent, actor John Partridge and former skilled footballer John Hartson participating and the launch of the ladies’s model with Liberty X member Michelle Heaton and TOWIE’s Megan Mckenna.