TOWIE star James Argent, The Wanted singer Tom Parker and ex Eastenders actor John Partridge set to bare all for ITV’s The Real Full Monty.
The trio will join previously announced TV presenter Jeff Brazier and ex footballer John Hartson as the trupe attempt to raise money and awareness of prostate cancer.
Last year’s series lead to viewers crashing the Prostate Cancer UK website and saw more demand for information about men’s cancers.
Once again, Alexander Armstrong and Ashley Banjo and will lead this ITV special.
Alexander Armstrong said: “Last year’s show was a major success, particularly given it was unknown territory. But now we want to see if we can aim for an even better performance to grab people’s attention again for this cause.
“Hopefully, we’re in for even more fun as we take another bunch of blokes and turn them into show stoppers capable of turning the audience into a frenzy.”
Ashley Banjo added: “After the amazing time we had last year, I can’t wait to get the chance to teach the 2018 intake how to forget their inhibitions and put on an unforgettable show to raise awareness for this incredibly important issue that really can save lives.”
It has also been reported that a female version of the show is in the pipeline, with Coleen Nolan among those thought to be taking part.