Stars feel the chill as they film Full Monty on Ice at Pleasure Beach

Fylde stars Coleen Nolan and Hayley Tamaddon are set to feel the chill, stripping off for a ‘winter wonderland spectacular’ The Real Full Monty.... on Ice.

Saturday, 5th December 2020, 12:07 pm
Updated Saturday, 5th December 2020, 12:08 pm
Coleen Nolan
Coleen Nolan

Fylde stars Coleen Nolan and Hayley Tamaddon are set to feel the chill, stripping off for a ‘winter wonderland spectacular’ The Real Full Monty.... on Ice.

Under the choreography of friend and fellow Blackpool celebrity Dan Whiston, the entertainers joined a host of well known faces at Blackpool Pleasure Beach Arena to film the latest installment of the ITV festive special.

Two 90 minute programmes have been recorded and will air on December 14 and 15.

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Joining Coleen and Hayley will be model and actress Linda Lusardi, Love Island contestant Shaughna Phillips, This Morning’s Zoe Williams and Dame Jenni Murray.

The seasonal special also features a series of male stars stripping off and taking to the rink to perform a routine to raise awareness about cancers which affect intimate areas of the body.

Former Dancing on Ice contestants have taken part with Diversity’s Perri Kiely alongside Chris Hughes, actor Jamie Lomas, and former rugby player Gareth Thomas and Jake Quickenden.

Dancing On Ice judge Ashley Banjo will present the show with Loose Women panellist Coleen, both of whom have taken part in the show before.

Of taking part again in the show again 55-year-old Coleen said: “Cancer has affected my family so devastatingly - this year is more personal

than ever for me as two of my amazing sisters are battling cancer once more. I‘m inspired by them and everyone I meet whohas been touched by this dreadful disease, so I’m absolutely thrilled to be back leading a new awesome group of women, ready to bare all with me. But as this year it’s on ice, let’s just hope we don’t get frostbite on our unmentionables!”

The Emmy award-winning and BAFTA-nominated programme is now in its fourth year.