The Real Full Monty On Ice stars worry their todgers will shrink in the cold

THE male stars of upcoming TV show The Real Full Monty On Ice 2020 are worried about their todgers shrinking in the freezing cold.

Producers are so keen for concerned celebs to be comfortable they are considering issuing them with willy warmers and “vanity socks”.

The ITV shows will see the fellas strip down to the bare essentials to perform routines in the rink with female stars.

The aim is to help to increase the awareness about cancers which affect intimate areas of the body.

Among the cast in the festive shows are Hollyoaks actor Jamie Lomas, 45, singer Jake Quickenden, 32, jockey Bob Champion, 72, Diversity’s Perri Kiely, 24, and Love Island’s Chris Hughes, 27.

Among the women are Woman’s Hour legend Dame Jenni Murray, 70, former glamour model Linda Lusardi, 61, and Love Island star Shaughna Phillips, 25.


A source told The Sun on Sunday: “Rehearsals are under way and some of the lads are a bit worried about the size of their members in the freezing conditions.

“It’s all for a good cause and production are keen to make them feel comfortable and have promised nothing will be revealed on telly.

“They are looking at willy warmers and vanity socks to protect their packages.”

The two 90-minute specials will demonstrate the importance of shedding inhibitions and making checks to help prevent cancer.


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