I can reveal the reality TV star, nicknamed Muggy Megan on the dating show, is about to strip off as the first celebrity to sign up for ITV’s The Real Full Monty: Ladies Night.
Alongside seven other well-known faces, the former stripper will learn a racy routine.
It will end with a performance in front of friends and family as the show — which is raising awareness of breast cancer — returns for a second year.
A telly source said: “Megan is really excited about this show and can’t wait to show audiences a different side to her.
“It’s a new challenge but she’s no stranger to stripping off, so she will be showing a few of the other girls some tips and tricks.
“The night is for a fantastic cause and bosses are hoping it helps to raise a load of cash.”
Last year’s routine, choreographed by Diversity’s Ashley Banjo, starred Loose Women panellist Coleen Nolan, BBC presenter Victoria Derbyshire, Towie’s Megan Mckenna, Emmerdale’s Sally Dexter, Liberty X singer Michelle Heaton, comic and actress Helen Lederer, Hi-de-hi! star Ruth Madoc and DJ Sarah-Jane Crawford.
The show followed the eight as they overcame their inhibitions — doing a Calendar Girls-style photoshoot and visiting the Moulin Rouge — before baring all.
In glitzy outfits designed by Julien MacDonald, they performed their daring routine to anthemic track This Is Me from The Greatest Showman.
I think Megan will take to this show like a duck to water.
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This awkward Morning
IT seems five episodes a week just isn’t enough – so ITV’s This Morning will now go out on Sundays too.
The hour-long edition, with highlights of the week and new material, will be hosted by Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford for ten weeks from January 20.
Meanwhile, regular hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield didn’t know where to look when Ferne McCann showed off fitness moves in her skintight leggings yesterday.
At least the former Towie “star” has found something useful to do these days.
Si fed up of lunch
SIMON Cowell has revealed he no longer goes for lunches with male colleagues – after one of them came on to him.
The music mogul says he was propositioned by a US employee who, over dinner, suddenly told him: “I love you.”
Simon said: “I can’t do business lunches, I hate business dinners.
“I once went out for dinner with someone I was working with in America.
“I didn’t know this guy well and we were having dinner and it was dreadful.
“Halfway through dinner he said, ‘By the way, Simon, I love you.’ ‘What do you mean, you love me?’ ‘Well, I’ve just got to know you so well and admire you so much, this is love.’
“I said, ‘You don’t even like me. This is a ridiculous conversation.’
“That’s when I thought I can’t do these dinners any more.”
With a net worth of more than £300million, Simon can definitely afford to get an Uber Eats meal delivered so he doesn’t starve.
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Evie threatens addict Craig who owes her money.
While she is distracted, Tiffany decides to take Rat under her wing.
In Emmerdale, Vanessa confronts a man splashing petrol around the bins outside The Woolpack.
And in Hollyoaks, Sienna feels uncomfortable about Laurie holding her waist last night, so she speaks to him about it.
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