NOLAN TO STRIP OFF FOR THE REAL FULL MONTY?
has announced sheís joined a female The
Real Full Monty with Dancing
on Ice and Diversity
revealed, 'We had a chat didnít we Coleen? We had a
chat about how cancer isnít something that only
affects men, it affects women as well. Iíve done The
Real Full Monty for men and we were talking about
Coleen said, 'We were saying about, "Wouldnít
it be good to get a women Full Monty together?".'
think it would be incredible. It is going to happen
and I think Coleenís over the edge,' Ashley added.
laughed as she announced: 'Girls, they are finally
if it means sheíll strip completely, Coleen said:
'Well, thatís up to his [Ashleyís] choreography.
We were just talking about it, we are still at the
early stages. Iíve got to recruit womenÖ We are at
the early stages, can I just say. I havenít fully
added: 'Iím actually shaking at the thought of it.
All I said was, "Ashley, you show me yours,
Iíll show you mine".'
said: 'We are doing this to raise awareness, to make
an impact, to make noise for, obviously for cancers,
but also for body confidence. If we didnít get it
all out it wouldnít count.'
Here come the girls!
Eight famous women are coming together
and daring to bare all in a special performance for
family and friends. Coleen Nolan is leading the charge
as the ladies follow in the footsteps of the boys last
year and strip off to raise awareness of breast cancer.
The Loose Women star praised the boys for going all out
last time, saying: ĎThe boys were so amazing last year
and I loved watching the show from home, so I canít
quite believe Iíll be taking part myself this time
with a group of fabulous ladies who, like me, have all
been touched by the shadows cancer casts over us.
ĎAlthough Iím terrified about what Iíve let myself
in for, considering I wonít even wear a bikini on the
beach let alone get my kit off in front of 2500 people
and millions at home, but getting women to talk about
breast cancer checks is way more important than any body
hang-ups or nerves Iíve got. ĎWe are determined to
give the audience a show they will never forget and
hopefully raise awareness that could help save lives.í
The daring and empowering routine has been choreographed
by Diversity star Ashley Banjo, and from what weíve
already seen in rehearsals, there wonít be a dry eye
in the house once itís over.
So who is taking on this
incredible challenge for such an amazing cause?
Brand new for this year is Ladies' Night' STARRING Coleen Nolan, journalist Victoria Derbyshire and Towie's
Megan McKenna all set to strip off. They'll be
joined by singer Michelle Heaton, actress Sally Dexter (who plays Faith Dingle) and
presenter Sarah-Jane Crawford.
The female line-up is completed by Hi-de-Hi star Ruth Madoc and comic actress Helen Lederer.