The hit ballroom dancing show's outspoken Italian judge Bruno Tonioli has shimmied out of his dapper duds to raise awareness for Britain's Give Up Clothes for Good campaign, which asks the public to donate items from their wardrobes to raise cash for Cancer Research U.K.
In the artistic black-and-white shots, a nimble Tonioli leaps proudly in the air with just a strategically placed leg covering his, er, private dancer. Give the man a 10 for modesty!
"I really enjoyed taking part in this shoot," 54-year-old Tonioli said, reports The Sun. The Give Up Clothes for Good campaign, which just launched and runs through April 25, is supported by U.K. discount retailers TK Maxx and HomeSense.
"I encourage the nation to open up those closets," Tonioli said, according to the Daily Mail. "Reach for those hidden marvels, and donate your fabulous items of clothing and homeware."
We at StyleList say "bravo!" to Tonioli for being brave enough to bare all. But we're frightened by the thought of what he might do for an encore!
Meanwhile, read about fellow Brit reality star Trinny Woodall's nude shoot for Tatler magazine.