Star midfielder Bradley Hill will take the plunge into icy waters for the sixth annual 'Big Freeze' event to support Neale Daniher's FightMND fundraiser.

The energetic 26-year-old has already made a name for himself at St Kilda for his eclectic dress sense and fashion confidence, but Saints fans will have to wait until next week for Hill’s costume reveal.

The gun Saint will join a star-studded line-up of sliders, with the event set to be broadcast live on Channel Seven on the Queen's Birthday holiday on Monday, June 8 – three days before the 2020 season is due to recommence.

Club legend Nick Riewoldt stole the show in 2019 with an uncanny impersonation of Queen superstar Freddie Mercury, but it’ll be up to the current crop of players in 2020.

Nick Riewoldt stole the show in 2019 as Freddie Mercury.

Carlton’s Patrick Cripps, Giant Toby Greene and Gold Coast recruit Brandon Ellis will also take the plunge alongside Orazio Fantasia, Bailey Smith, and Mitch Robinson.

Normally set to take place before the annual clash between Collingwood and Melbourne at the MCG, the 'Big Freeze' has been forced to improvise amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

But all 18 AFL clubs will still have one player representative brave the slide into the ice bath, with Hill to lead the charge.

The annual 'Big Freeze' event raises much-needed funds and awareness to fight Motor Neurone Disease.