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The Real Full Monty on Ice full line-up confirmed 

The show will be led by Ashley Banjo and Coleen Nolan 

Emmy Griffiths

As if doing the full monty wasn't enough, imagine doing it while ice skating! That is exactly what a group of celebrities are doing over Christmas in order to raise awareness of cancers in intimate areas of the body. So who will be putting on their ice skates and nothing else for The Real Full Monty on Ice? Find out here...

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The group of famous faces will be led by Ashley Banjo and Coleen Nolan, and the Loose Women star opened up about doing the full monty again to ITV. She said: "I keep saying ‘never again’ to getting my kit off but the response we get from the millions of women who feel empowered to check themselves after watching the show is incredible, so here we go again! 

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"This year is more personal than ever for me as two of my amazing sisters are battling cancer once more. I'm inspired by them and everyone I meet who's has been touched by this dreadful disease, so I’m absolutely thrilled to be back leading a new awesome group of women, ready to bare all with me. But as this year it’s on ice, let’s just hope we don't get frostbite on our unmentionables!" 

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The pair will be joined by Love Island’s Shaunghna Phillips, Dame Jenni Murray, actress Linda Lusardi, actress Hayley Tamaddon and This Morning’s Dr Zoe along with rugby star Gareth Thomas, actor Jamie Lomas, singer Jake Quickenden, jockey Bob Champion, Diversity’s Perri Kiehly and Love Island’s Chris Hughes.

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Coleen will lead the group alongside Ashley Banjo

Speaking about the upcoming festive special, Ashely said: "We are so proud of what this show has achieved in reminding people to check themselves for early signs of cancer and we’re going all out this year to get that message across; following lockdown, when far fewer people were getting health checks, now more than ever this message is important. Performing on ice will take the challenge to a whole new level - the celebrities won’t know what’s hit them! What could possibly go wrong?!" 

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