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Singer Matt Goss has revealed that he and his brother are not speaking in an emotional interview.

During an appearance on Good Morning Britain, the singer made a moving appeal to his twin brother, Luke Goss, suggesting that they should talk.

Goss, 54, also discussed his potential future prospects for Glastonbury Festival.

However, halfway through the interview he admitted that he and his brother have not spoken to each other for around four months.

He even used to the opportunity to reach out to his estranged brother, saying the pair could be quite 'dysfunctional' sometimes.

Matt Goss appealed to his twin brother during a live TV interview.

Hosts Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard asked him why they hadn't spoken in so long, to which explained: “We're just, I don’t know, Luke, if you're watching this, we should talk at least.

“It's weird going on national TV and asking my brother but it's quite funny because the family, we're just so dysfunctional me and Luke sometimes.

“We haven't spoken for about four or five months now.”

Goss said that he wasn't really sure what exactly had gone wrong with his relationship with his brother. Nonetheless, he seemed keen to mend fences.

He said: “My favourite person to play with on stage is my brother.”

The pair had previously had a lot of plans together when they were still talking, including potentially having new music in the works.

Goss said: "When we were talking, it was all 2024, new album, we were talking to a couple of production companies at the moment to do a follow-up of us.

The brothers have reportedly not spoken in four months.
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"Actually make new music, take away the nostalgic side and actually go back on stage. What we really want to do is be on stage, together."

Susanna asked him who he thinks should make the first move, to which he said: "I think, I'm on TV right now, I think that I'm trying.

"It's not that bad in the fact we can't find a way but I just don't want to be coming on TV and saying: 'It's all great' because it's not!"

The brothers formed the band Bros with their friend Craig Logan, which saw them achieve success in 1988 with the hits 'When Will I Be Famous' and 'I Owe You Nothing'.

After Logan quit the band, the pair continued on together as a double act. Eventually, they split in 1992.

However, they did reunite in 2017 for two performances at London's O2 Arena, with documentary Bros: After the Screaming Stops documenting their reunion.

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Topics: Glastonbury, Good Morning Britain, Music, UK News