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Christine McGuinness Struts Her Stuff In Red Lace Lingerie

Christine McGuinness raised eyebrows with a seductive Instagram image on Monday announcing her addition to The Real Full Monty cast. The 33-year-old model flaunted her big endowments in busty red lace lingerie while wearing her bleached blonde locks in a slick ponytail to turn up the heat.

The wife of Paddy McGuinness, a television presenter, concealed her toned pins in a pair of black tights and accessorized her ensemble with a gleaming silver watch. She flashed her pearly whites as she beams from ear to ear, her inherent beauty enhanced by a full face of makeup.


‘Finally, I can reveal what I’ve been up too! I’m participating in @itv’s ‘THE REAL FULL MONTY’ to raise money for cancer research.

 ‘This is a cause near and dear to my heart; four of my aunts and, most recently, my mother have all battled breast cancer, and I am delighted to be a part of this incredible television show. ‘I’m thrilled to be collaborating with a fantastic cast and the most wonderful production @spungoldtvofficial to raise cancer awareness.’

Strictly The Real Full Monty’s entire lineup was previously announced, with Ola Jordan, 39, and husband James, 43, joining Christine and a slew of other celebrities in stripping off to encourage life-saving cancer screenings this Christmas.

Ashley Banjo will lead a brand-new cohort of daring celebs who are prepared to elevate the famed Full Monty strip to new heights. Demi Jones, 23 – who is now battling thyroid cancer – and Teddy Soares, 26, are also members of the class of 2021, as is Blue vocalist Duncan James, 43.

They will confess everything alongside Olympian Colin Jackson, 54, EastEnders actress Laila Morse, 76, Brenda Edwards, 52, and Homes Under the Hammer presenter Martin Roberts, 58.

The apprehensive recruits will put their bodies on the line to raise awareness for cancer screenings while bringing old-school glamour and glamour to the all-new supersized strip. As is customary with The Actual Full Monty, the celebs participating in the challenge all have personal stories about how cancer has impacted their lives or those closest to them.