Bros to reunite
Bros, made up of twin brothers Matt and Luke Goss, are to reunite for a £10 million European tour
Bros are to reunite.
The 1980s boy band - made up of twin brothers Matt and Luke Goss - are to return to the stage for a £10 million European tour nearly 25 years after they called it a day.
According to the Mail on Sunday newspaper, the siblings have settled their differences and plan to put on the run of gigs for their fans.
Craig Logan, who played bass in the group until 1989 when he quit due to pressures of fame and several bouts of illness, is not thought to be taking in the reunion.
Matt is expected to announce Bros' reunion at his solo gig at Wembley on October 1.
From 1986 to 1992, Bros had hits with the likes of 'When Will I Be Famous?' and 'I Owe You Nothing', releasing three studio albums, 'Push', 'The Time' and 'Changing Faces'.
They have since dropped three greatest hits records, with their final album, 'I Owe You Nothing - The Best of Bros', coming in February 2011.
Bros split in 1992 when their singles began to plunge in the charts and Luke called time on the group, which Matt has since admitted was "heart-breaking".
The 47-year-old star, who has since reinvented himself as a singer in Las Vegas, previously admitted the brothers' relationship suffered after their split.
He said: "We felt we needed a break from each other. Luke to this day is still one of my best friends."
Matt has also admitted him and Luke would be keen to reform if the money was right.
Speaking in 2013, he said: "I think we're all under the same thinking: make us an offer.
"That's really how we all feel. But it's got to be outrageous. I want people to come away and say, 'That was one of the most decadent bands.' We were not a boy band. I didn't do choreography, Luke was a drummer, Craig was a bass player. We didn't do Duran Duran or Wham! or Spandau [Ballet]."