Big Brother contestant and former Dream Boy Lotan Carter is set to make an appearance at a village fundraiser near Sleaford.
Lotan, 28, from Essex, will be stripping at a Ladies Night on Saturday, November 11, in Billinghay Village Hall.
Lotan said: “I spent a lot of my time in such places growing up, they’re important for many reasons.
“Had they not been around when I was younger I could have gotten myself into a lot of mischief.”
It follows a successful Ladies Night last year, which raised about £450 towards the village hall and park project.
Once again, the Ladies Night will be raising funds towards a new car park, and regeneration works on the building.
Following his appearance on Big Brother this year, Lotan is now getting settled back in to normal life once more.
Lotan said: “It’s been a bit mad since leaving the house but I am adjusting well to normality again now.”
On his new-found status, he said: “I don’t consider myself a celebrity. I am just a normal guy with a unique job.”
The event has been organised by the Billinghay Village Hall Committee, made up of Amanda Thornton, Hiedi Barber, Melanie Kinsella, Sharon Bunting and Katie Gilliver.
Organisers are promising a ‘bigger and better’ event this year, as Lotan will be appearing.
The committee members are all massive fans of Lotan, with Amanda and Melanie travelling to Skegness last year to see Lotan perform with the Dream Boys, regarded as one of the UK’s most successful groups of male stripper
Lotan said: “I’ve danced for years, it is something that has always come very naturally to me. I fell into the job, it wasn’t my first port of call, but it just sort of happened.”
Last week Amanda decided to contact his management via Instagram inviting Lotan to appear at the charity event.
After receiving a yes from Lotan and his management, Amanda said: “We are all in awe at the minute, we are a little bit gobsmacked.
“Something like this doesn’t happen in little old sleepy Billinghay.”
The Ladies Night will feature a disco, stalls, a licensed bar, and of course the main event - Lotan.
Organisers are also appealing for local businesses to donate any raffle prizes, and in return they will promote the business on social media sites.
Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8pm start.
Tickets are priced at £20 and are limited to 100 people, with about half sold already.
They are available now via PayPal payment to email@example.com or by messaging Amanda, Hiedi, Melanie, Sharon or Katie on Facebook.
Alternatively, you can also call Amanda on 07593 125261.