Channel Seven’s comic show, The Full Monty, has been unable to film due to Covid-19

Will it be cancelled? Channel Seven’s comic show, The Full Monty, has been unable to film due to Covid-19










Channel Seven’s The Full Monty has been unable to film in recent months, according to TV tonight.

According to the publication, seven sources revealed that the show has been put on hold for now due to the ongoing lockdown in Australia amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

The show is due to return to the screen later this year, but will need a large live audience for the grand finale – where the celebrities strip for a good cause.

On hiatus: Channel Seven’s The Full Monty has been unable to film in recent months, according to TV Tonight. According to the publication, seven sources revealed that the show has been put on hold for now due to the ongoing lockdown in Australia amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Pictured Jett Kenny on the show

Other affected shows include Dancing With The Stars.

Some of Australia’s most well-known celebrities have appeared on Channel Seven’s comic show over the years.

They include Jett Kenny, Kris Smith, Matt Cooper, Sam Mac and Shane Jacobson, among others.

Good Cause: Some of Australia's most well-known celebrities have appeared on Channel Seven's comic show over the years

Good Cause: Some of Australia’s most well-known celebrities have appeared on Channel Seven’s comic show over the years

People like former WAG Nadia Bartel, Casey Donovan, Lisa Curry and Simone Callahan have also stripped naked on TV for charity.

The women undressed to raise money and raise awareness about breast cancer.

On a 2019 episode, Nadia discussed her recent divorce from husband of five years Jimmy Bartel in an emotional interview.

Famous faces: Jett Kenny, Kris Smith, Matt Cooper, Sam Mac and Shane Jacobson among others

Famous faces: Jett Kenny, Kris Smith, Matt Cooper, Sam Mac and Shane Jacobson among others

“It’s been a tough time for me personally lately. It’s just so painful,” she said, fighting back tears.

“I hope Ladies’ Night will give me more confidence,” she added. “Of course we are there for the cause, but I think it will be great for me to show myself there.

‘[It’s about] doing something that is definitely out of my comfort zone. I think it will give me a whole new confidence.’

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Channel Seven for comment regarding this story.

For the sisterhood: People like former WAG Nadia Bartel, Casey Donovan, Lisa Curry and Simone Callahan have also stripped naked on TV for a good cause.  Nadia Bartel said she wanted to regain her confidence by going to the show, following her public split from Jimmy Bartel

For the sisterhood: People like former WAG Nadia Bartel, Casey Donovan, Lisa Curry and Simone Callahan have also stripped naked on TV for a good cause. Nadia Bartel said she wanted to regain her confidence by going to the show, following her public split from Jimmy Bartel

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