Stars à Nu
Stars à nu is the adaptation of the British format "The All New Monty: Who Bares Wins"
Stars à Nu is an adaptation of the British format, The All New Monty: Who Bares Wins.
Two exceptional evenings in which famous men and women accept the challenge launched by Alessandra Sublet to raise awareness of screening for testicular and prostate cancer (which accounts for 25% of male cancers) and breast cancer (the most common cancer in women, with 12,000 deaths in 2017).
The celebrities train for weeks to prepare a dance routine during which they will undress in front of an audience of 1,200 people in the fabled halls of the Lido de Paris.
These celebrities, who have been affected by the disease from near or far, undergo a unique experience in which they have to overcome their fear and strip in public. Each evening is about the weeks of training, confessions, meetings and preparation for the final show, directed by Chris Marques.
The message the celebrities want to get across is simple: “If we can strip in front of all of you, you can strip in front of your doctor to get tested. If just one life is saved because of us, we’ll have won our bet!”
For this first show, we follow the journey of the male personalities: Satya Oblette, Bruno Guillon, Olivier Delacroix, Franck Sémonin, Baptiste Giabiconi, Philippe Candeloro and Alexandre Devoise.