McFly's Harry Judd is one of the celebrities signed up to strip off for a new Full Monty TV show on ITV.
TOWIE star Elliott Wright, Olympic swimmer Mark Foster, dancer Wayne Sleep and Emmerdale’s Matthew Wolfenden have also joined the line up for the special, paying tribute to the classic movie 20 years on from its release.
Pointless host Alexander Armstrong will present the programme which will end with the celebs getting their kit off in front of a live audience at the London Palladium.
A source told The Sun newspaper: “The six who do sign up will be whipped into shape before performing their routine at a working men’s club in Sheffield in April.
“They will have to pluck up courage for the big reveal. But ITV are expecting the cast will get into the spirit and won’t be tempted to leave their hats on.”
Meanwhile, Diversity dancer Ashley Banjo will help choreograph the routine with the guys.
As well as celebrating the hit film, the TV show will also be in aid of male focused charities including Movember, Cancer Research, Everyman and Prostate Cancer UK.
“As far as the team are concerned, this is a chance to celebrate a classic movie moment and raise awareness for charity," the source said. “They are hoping that will appeal to the celebs they have in their sights."