Pledge to check your breasts for signs or symptoms of cancer

As some of our favourite celebrities bare all to raise awareness, we want you to take The Real Full Monty pledge and keep yourself checked for signs and symptoms of breast cancer, as well as encouraging friends and family to do the same.

WATCH: How to check your breasts for signs of cancer

Details on how you can support the male and female cancer charities can be found here

For more information or support on any of the issues highlighted by The Real Full Monty, please see details of cancer charities below:

Take the pledge to support The Real Full Monty and check yourself for signs or symptoms of cancer

As some of our favourite celebrities strip off, we want you to take The Real Full Monty pledge and keep yourself checked for testicular and prostate cancers, as well as encouraging friends and family to do the same.

WATCH: How to check your testicles or breasts for signs of cancer

Details on how you can support the male and female cancer charities can be found here

For more information or support on any of the issues highlighted by The Real Full Monty, please see details of cancer charities below:

The Real Full Monty revealed: All the Ladies' Night and Live show details

Following the success of last year's live extravaganza - and 21 years after the release of the smash-hit film, The Real Full Monty returns with a brand new line-up of ballsy celebrities, both male and female alike.

Kicking off in Sheffield on Wednesday 28 March at 9pm, The Real Full Monty: Live will see Ashley Banjo and Alexander Armstrong putting together an even bigger and bolder show in their commitment to raising awareness of men’s cancers and inspiring more men to make vital checks that could save lives.

The male line-up includes:

TOWIE's James Argent
EastEnders actor John Partridge
The Wanted singer Tom Parker
Former footballer John Hartson
Celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott
TV presenter Jeff Brazier
Former Rugby International Ugo Monye

But they're not the only ones baring all... Determined to show the boys how it’s done, eight female celebrities are gearing up for the performance of their lives in The Real Full Monty: Ladies' Night on Thursday 29 March at 9pm, where they'll be taking to the stage for their own empowering moment of glory and raising awareness of breast cancer.

Step aside boys, it's Ladies' Night!

The female line-up

The female line-up includes:

Loose Women presenter Coleen Nolan
Broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire
Emmerdale actress Sally Dexter
Reality TV star Megan McKenna
Former Liberty X singer Michelle Heaton
Actress Helen Lederer
TV legend Ruth Madoc
Presenter Sarah-Jane Crawford

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