We want your healthy selfies!

Dan Wootton

We'll be telling you toCheck Your Chaps from next week and we've already got a few of our ITV friends to help us spread the message of being aware of male cancers by posing in 'healthy selfies'.

Want to join us? Simply tweet or instagram us a picture of yourself giving the thumbs up using the hashtag #CheckYourChaps to show you'll be checking yourself or your man for signs of testicular or prostate cancer.

You can also send your healthy selfies to us at lorraine@itv.com.

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Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes

Ladies - check your chaps!

Brian Mcfadden and wife Vogue Williams look ahead to the launch of our campaign to check for testicular and prostate cancer, which launches next week.

It's an initiative aimed at raising awareness of testicular and prostate cancer - two of the most common cancers in men. We're encouraging viewers up and down the country to check their "chaps" regularly for the early signs of these cancers, throwing away the notion of embarrassment in hope of saving lives.

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Check Your Chaps

Soon Lorraine will be launching Check Your Chaps with couple Brian McFadden and Vogue Williams. It's an initiative aimed at raising awareness of testicular and prostate cancer - two of the most common cancers in men. We're encouraging viewers up and down the country to check their "chaps" regularly for the early signs of these cancers, throwing away the notion of embarrassment in hope of saving lives.

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