The Real Full Monty is back once again but this time the women are baring all for charity.
Eight brave ladies will be stripping off during the live performance to raise awareness of breast cancer, following Wednesday night's all-male episode.
Their routine has been choreographed by Diversity star Ashley Banjo, who has also helped them prepare for the big night, and the stars will be clad in dress designed by Julien MacDonald.
Here is everything you need to know about The Real Full Monty: Ladies Night…
Who is taking part?
Coleen Nolan, Megan McKenna, Sarah-Jane Crawford, Michelle Heaton, Victoria Derbyshire, Ruth Madoc, Helen Lederer and Sally Dexter will all be baring all for the one-off performance.
Several of the stars have spoken about their experiences with cancer, including breast cancer, and how it has made the show of extra importance to them.
Journalist Derbyshire underwent treatment for breast cancer in 2015 and had a mastectomy while Heaton had a preventative double mastectomy in 2012 after being diagnosed with the BRCA2 gene.
Presenter Crawford has also has surgery to remove a breast lump, having had several cancer scares. Nolan lost her sister Bernie to the disease back in 2013.
What’s The Full Monty?
The original 1997 film starred Robert Carlyle as Gaz, an unemployed steel worker desperate for cash. In a bid to raise money, Gaz and his pal Dave – Mark Addy – manage to persuade four similarly down-on-their-luck men to join them in a striptease act, promising to go fully naked on stage.
When is it on?
The Real Full Monty: Ladies’ Night airs Thursday 29 March at 9pm on ITV.