The All New Monty viewers left 'bawling their eyes out' as they watched the brave female stars strip off.
Eight inspirational celebrities took off their clothes and laid their bodies bare to boost awareness of the importance of early health checks in preventing women’s cancers.
Loose Women's Coleen Nolan and broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire returned for a second year with a brand new set of celebs.
Legendary tennis icon Martina Navratilova, EastEnders actress Laurie Brett, Love Island’s Megan Barton-Hanson, So Solid Crew’s Lisa Maffia, TOWIE star Danielle Armstrong, and Benidorm’s Crissy Rock all too part.
The brave ladies put their inhibitions and fears to one side as they got up on stage for a sensational routine.
Diversity star Ashley Banjo choreographed the performance, which left little to the imgination.
After taking off their trousers and bras, the celebs walked forward with their arms covering their boobs.
They ended the routine by throwing their arms out in unison.
The All New Monty viewers took to Twitter after watching the ladies perform on stage.
One viewer said: "Sat here bawling my eyes out at some incredibly brave women putting their insecurities on the line. Can’t listen to that song without crying it’s so powerful"
"Just caught up with #AllNewMonty You are all absolutely amazing, wonderful and super-brave! Thank you so much for raising awareness, making me laugh, and making me cry. Much love xxx," added another.
A third said: "@AshleyBanjo @NolanColeen absolutely amazing and inspiring men and women in both episodes of the #AllNewMonty this year! Both episodes had me in floods of tears! What a way to raise awareness and demonstrate that it is okay to be insecure in today’s social media crazy world!"
"The last two nights I have watched #AllNewMontyladiesnight and #AllNewMonty, cried multiple times, all the stories were so empowering but also so heart wrenching! Honestly what a great way to raise awareness! Well done to all the celebs that took part, was incredibly brave," agreed a fourth.
Laurie, who admitted it was very "liberating", said: "It's not about the nudity. It's about the acceptance."
While Danielle confessed it was the most naked she had been in front of strangers.
Megan admitted she was a "bit nervous" but took off her clothes and bared all.
*The All New Monty: Ladies' Night is available on ITV Hub
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