Jack Fincham, Joe Pasquale and Kelvin Fletcher are among the stars who will strip for "The All New Monty: Who Bares Wins".
Ashley Banjo and Alexander Armstrong are returning for the striptease documentary - which sees celebrities bare all to raise awareness of prostate cancer - and think this year's line-up, which will also include "Strictly Come Dancing's Gorka Marquez, ex-snooker player Willie Thorne, "Crimewatch" presenter Rav Wilding, "Dancing on Ice professional skater Matt Evers and footballer Jason Cundy, will make the show the "biggest and best yet".
Ashley said: "It's such a privilege to be able to be a part of this fantastic series. This show has been a life-changing experience for me and hopefully for many other men around the country who have been checked or had conversations about cancer that they wouldn't have had otherwise.
"Every year I plan something I hope will be better than the last, but this time Xander and I really have gone full-out to make this the biggest and best yet!"
Alexander added: "I am proud to be a part of such a great cause alongside Ashley and I am looking forward to being involved in another fantastic show. With this year's group of lads we will be looking to raise the bar and ensure it's a night no one will forget!"
Former "Emmerdale" star Kelvin had a great time working on the show with his new friends.
He shared a photo of them all together on Instagram and wrote: "Some of the nicest guys I've ever met! What a laugh we've had filming for the #AllNewMonty2019
"We are helping raise awareness for Prostate and Testicular Cancer and what better way to do that than to strip naked! @itv #friendsforlife #getchecked (sic)"
Meanwhile, "Love Island" star Jack is "proud" to be working for such a good cause - and has enjoyed the added bonus of improving his dance skills.
He shared a photo of himself and Kelvin on Instagram and wrote: "I am so so proud to say that I am taking part in @itv "s The All New Monty to raise awareness for men's cancers .
"We have all been training and rehearsing so hard to put on a great show for everyone and to raise as much awareness as possible !!! It's such a great cause and I am doing this because like many others my family have been and are affected by cancer every day and we WILL beat it one day.
"I couldn't of asked for a better team to work with and a better group of blokes to strip with - made some friends for life! Being trained by the one and only Diversity has helped with my drunk uncle at a wedding dance moves. Can't wait for you to see it !(sic)"
It has also been confirmed that Victoria Derbyshire and Coleen Nolan will be joining Ashley in working on another female version of the show following the success of last year's "The Real Full Monty: Ladies Night", though the line-up will be announced at a later date.