Wednesday night saw eight male celebrities strip off and bare all live on ITV in a bid to raise awareness about testicular and prostate cancer, but last night (March 29), it was the ladies' turn.
Yes, ITV gave the girls an opportunity to strip off and show the guys how it's done and raise awareness about breast cancer, with Coleen Nolan, Sally Dexter, Megan McKenna, Victoria Derbyshire, Michelle Heaton, Helen Lederer, Ruth Madoc and Sarah-Jane Crawford all recreating the iconic Full Monty striptease.
The girls had nine weeks to put together a routine with Diversity's Ashley Banjo and it's safe to say the ladies' performance turned out to be every bit as triumphant as the men's last night.
It's fair to say that Ashley Banjo's song choice and choreography proved to be an inspired choice:
I actually think in a world where we strive for equality the fact that I’m a man is what drew me to this project so strongly. A female choreographer would have been an easy choice. But hopefully I was the right choice... #equality #raiseawarness #realfullmontyladiesnight https://t.co/IhSQNzVTzE
- Ashley Banjo (@AshleyBanjo) March 29, 2018