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Lorraine Is Flustered As Ashley Banjo Hints 'Real Full Monty' Stars Will Bare All
We've all seen the film, now a string of our celebrity favourites are set to bare all in the name of charity.
Lorraine Kelly appeared to be more than a little excited when learning that a string of celebrities could be stripping completely bare when The Real Full Monty airs tonight.
Diversity star, Ashley Banjo has taught some celebrity hunks the sizzling routine from the 1997 hit film in order to raise awareness about testicular cancer.
During his appearance on Lorraine the handsome choreographer hinted that he might bare all too and join the boys in the routine.
Ashley also revealed it was “difficult” to find celebs to sign up and said they spoke to 600 men before securing the final line-up which includes, Harry Judd, Elliot Wright, Emmerdale’s Matt Wolfenden, former Olympic swimmer Mark Foster, TV host Dom Littlewood, Pointless presenter Alexander Armstrong, Red Dwarf’s Danny John-Jules and dancer Wayne Sleep.
He added: "The ones we have are the only ones crazy enough to take us up on it."
Ashley Banjo Confirms His Real Full Monty Dancers WILL Bare All!
Of course, Lorraine was keen to find out just how far the boys would take their risque routine.
She quizzed: "Look, are we talking the FULL Monty?”
Ashley replied: “We are” before a surprised Lorraine asked: “Seriously? You are? We'll see IT tonight?
He jokingly asked: “See what?”
Ashley then explained that the men will be baring all, but it won't be X-Rated.
He explained: "The shots are very tasteful but we can't do a programme called The Real Full Monty preaching about how men should check themselves and not do the Full Monty.
"This is not fake, this is the real deal."
We'll be watching from behind our cushions!
The decision comes after doctors warned her off getting pregnant again due to previous complications.
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