Matt Goss has had a “complicated” relationship with his twin brother Luke Goss.
The 53-year-old pair shot to fame together as part of the group Bros in 1987 when they formed whilst still in college along with their friend Craig Logan.
The group were behind mega hits such as When Will I Be Famous and Drop The Boy which both reached No2 in the UK charts as well as their quadruple platinum certified album Push, which was released in March 1988.
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But over the years the brothers' relationship has not always been plain sailing and has, at times, turned volatile.
This was shown during their reunion in the 2018 documentary Bros: After the Screaming Stops.
But as he is gearing up to take part in the new series of Strictly Come Dancing on the BBC, Matt is now opening up on his “complicated” relationship with his older brother.
The singer said: "I would do anything for Luke. If we both feel a little bit wobbly or vulnerable, we're there for each other certainly."
Matt added: "But we know each other so well we know exactly where each other's buttons are."
But as the singer spent "years and years" working on his up-and-down relationship with his brother and colleague, he now feels more comfortable in himself and is excited to do something different.
He said: "I felt I had to apologise for being the frontman for three decades. Those days are over."
Matt added: “I’m used to singing in front of anyone you can imagine – Mohammad Ali to the President of the United States – I’ve done so much and to get butterflies about something is a good feeling."
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