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The All New Monty Ladies Night: Who Bares Wins

Published: Wed 13 Feb 2019

The All New Monty Ladies Night: Who Bares Wins
 
As the men prepare to reveal all for ITV’s The All New Monty 2019: Who Bares Wins, a group of brave women celebrities are getting ready to outdo their male counterparts in baring all for The All New Monty Ladies Night: Who Bares Wins.
 
Legendary tennis icon Martina Navratilova, EastEnders star Laurie Brett, Love Island’s Megan Barton-Hanson, So Solid Crew’s Lisa Maffia, TOWIE’s Danielle Armstrong, and Benidorm’s Crissy Rock are gearing up to put their inhibitions aside and lay their bodies and emotions bare, to boost awareness of women’s cancers.
 
Planning a brand-new routine for this award-winning show, Coleen Nolan, Victoria Derbyshire and Ashley Banjo will be showing the ladies the ropes and providing support and motivation to inspire them to put on the performance of their lives and, in doing so, encourage women to examine their breasts, have regular cervical smear checks and be more health aware regarding their bodies.
 
This year Coleen and Victoria are determined that their women, for all of whom women’s cancers are close to their hearts, will make Ladies Night bigger and better than ever before and are planning to out-dance and out-perform the men to prove She Who Bares, Wins!
 
Coleen Nolan said:
 
"I can't quite believe I'm putting myself through this again! But the response last year from millions of women feeling empowered to check themselves was so incredible that I’m absolutely thrilled to be back leading our new line-up of fabulous ladies help break down barriers and get women talking about health checks. Having seen first-hand how critical finding cancer early can be, I really hope we can reach and encourage as many women as possible to check their breasts as last time, which ultimately can save lives.”
 
Victoria Derbyshire said:
 
“I’m so, so proud of how many women took on board our message of checking themselves after last year’s show that I’m totally thrilled to be part of it again.”
 
Ashley Banjo said:
 
“Helping last year’s incredible set of women pull together their performance really was one of my proudest moments; that makes me nervous but also extremely excited to be on this journey with this year’s brave group of women.  They have got a lot of hard work in front of them but they know it will be worth it in the end, raising awareness of women’s cancers to millions. With Victoria and Coleen back, leading the team, I think it’s going to be another very special moment. I can’t wait!”
 
The All New Monty Ladies Night: Who Bares Wins is commissioned for ITV by Kate Teckman, Factual Commissioner and Sue Murphy, Head of Factual Entertainment. For Spun Gold Television the Executive Producers are Matt Young and Kate Morey. The Series Producer is Kim Rossiter and the Series Director is Ben Duncan.