The Real Full Monty aired last night and it was everything we ever imagined.
The ITV show set out to raise awareness of testicular cancer and encourage men up and down the country and get themselves checked. It’s not only a fantastic message, and also an incredibly important one.
The likes of Harry Judd and Ashley Banjo took part, and the show documented their struggle to gain the confidence to get in front of a live audience and bare everything.
It was a long journey – but did they manage to do it in the end? Find out below: