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The All New Monty is set to return to Freeview TV screens in May, so here’s everything you need to know about watching a batch of nervous celebs rip their kit off.
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When is The All New Monty about?
The ITV programme is designed to raise awareness about cancer and is split into two days of stripping fun, with a ladies show and a men’s night.
First, the men get their kit off during The All New Monty 2019: Who Bares Wins, which airs on Monday, May 6th on ITV at 9 pm.
Then, The All New Monty Ladies Night will commence the next day, on Tuesday, May 7th in the same timeslot.
Confirmed: The All New Monty: Who Bares Wins – Monday 6 May at 9pm on ITV.
Confirmed: The All New Monty: Ladies’ Night – Tuesday 7 May at 9pm on ITV. pic.twitter.com/dFrVZ1CBYb
— ITV Press Centre (@itvpresscentre) April 25, 2019
Which celebs are in the line-up?
The teams are split into a women’s and men’s team, although both are choreographed by dance sensation Ashley Banjo and Pointless star Alexander Armstrong.
Ladies night features Love Island hottie Megan Barton Hanson, tennis legend Martina Navratilova, Benidorm actress Crissy Rock, Eastenders star Laurie Brett, So Solid Crew rapper Lisa Maffia, TOWIE’s Danielle Armstrong and veterans Victoria Derbyshire and Coleen Nolan.
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The All New Monty 2019: Who Bares Wins
A Love Island theme will also help to lead out the men with Jack Fincham one of many A-list names.
There’s also Joe Pasquale, Dancing on Ice star Matt Evers, former footballer Jason Cundy, professional dancer Gorka Marquez, Crimewatch star Rav Wilding, Emmerdale actor Kelvin Fletcher and snooker legend Wilie Thorne.
What is the show in aid of?
The primary aim of the show is to raise awareness of cancer.
In particular, testicular, prostate and breast cancer, with both 90-minute shows dedicated to educating and informing audiences on how they can regularly check for signs of cancer.
WATCH THE ALL NEW MONTY ON ITV ON MONDAY, MAY 6TH AND MAY 7TH