Rixton singer Jake Roche wants to have ''bad strippers'' when he celebrates his stag party and is happy for his fiancée, Little Mix star Jesy Nelson, to have a male stripper on her hen night.
Rixton frontman Jake Roche wants a dwarf stripper at his stag party.
The 23-year-old singer is engaged to Little Mix babe Jesy Nelson and although the couple are yet to set a definite date for their wedding, Jake has already started thinking about his celebration with his friends.
Jake's brother Shane is organising the men-only outing and the pop star has told him he wants ''bad strippers'' as entertainment.
The 'Wait on Me' hitmaker told the Daily Mirror newspaper ''My brother is organising my stag night. I want strippers - but really bad strippers, like a woman who is a actually man, or a dwarf.''
And because he wants adult entertainment on his stag night, Jake says Jesy can have a stripper at her hen party if she wants one.
He added: ''Jesy and I are young and in love so, of course, she can have a stripper. A grot-o-gram sounds great!''
Jake wants to go to either Las Vegas or Blackpool for his farewell to bachelorhood and he will let his dad, 'EastEnders' actor Shane Richie, join him and his pals for the party not only for one evening.
The musician - whose mother is 'Loose Women' star Coleen Nolan - said: ''At the moment, it's a toss-up between Vegas and a yacht somewhere. Although I'm also tempted to have it in Blackpool, as I grew up there. My dad can come for one day but not all of it.''
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