Love Island hunk Kem is no stranger to getting his kit off.
During his time in the villa, the 23-year-old Essex boy was always parading around in next to nothing.
But the good news for his army of fans is that they could soon be in for another flash of his bronzed bod.
The joker has signed up to play in the Soccer Aid for Unicef charity football match at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge on Sunday 16 June – which will be broadcast live from 18:30 on ITV and STV and include a half-time performance from chart-topper Rita Ora .
The game will see two teams of the nation’s favourite celebrities and sporting stars – plus some of football’s best-loved legends – playing out 90 unmissable minutes to raise money to help children around the world grow up happy, healthy and able to play. Just like children should.
Speaking ahead of the big match, he said he’s already been working on his goal celebrations – and one involves stripping off.
“I’ve been thinking about a few celebrations when I’ve been playing FIFA – just testing a few out,” he revealed.
“I might do the baby, or I might suck the thumb…or I might just take my top off and jump into the crowd with the fans!”
Clothes on or off, Kem is promising supporters at the 41,000 stadium – and the millions watching at home – something special, cheekily adding: “I’m going to do something very eccentric!”
The exclusive Soccer Aid for Unicef TV coverage on ITV and STV will feature all the build-up as the stars arrive at Chelsea’s ground in London.
Viewers will also get to see all sorts of behind-the-scenes footage before the game starts, plus you can find out how the money raised will help give children everywhere a childhood full of play.
Soccer Aid for Unicef isn’t just about the celebrities and footballing greats on the pitch, giving it their all to help children around the world.
It’s also about the passionate fans in the stands and the millions watching on ITV and STV and donating at home.
By being part of Soccer Aid for Unicef you’re joining one big team – a country united by play, so that all kids can play.
And this is why in 2019, Soccer Aid for Unicef is stepping up to defend play – and the UK government is matching every £1 donated by July 23 2019, doubling the difference for children’s lives.
Who is playing for the Soccer Aid World XI?
The team will be made up of footballing legends and famous faces from showbiz and sport. This year will also be the first time female ex-professional footballers have featured.
So far, the following players have been confirmed
Who is playing for the England team?
The team will be made up of former England footballers and famous faces from showbiz and sport. This year will also be the first time female footballers have featured.
To-date, the squad is:
Ex-England and Arsenal winger Rachel Yankey
Ex-England and Chelsea midfielder Katie Chapman
Ex-Towie star turned TV and radio presenter Mark Wright
The F2 trickster Jeremy Lynch
TV presenter Ben Shephard
Ex-England and Chelsea captain John Terry
Actor David Harewood
McFly’s Danny Jones
SAS Who Dares Wins star Ant Middleton
Former Chelsea and England ladies midfielder Katie Chapman
Former Arsenal and England ladies winger Rachel Yankey