Matt and Luke Goss admit Bros documentary was 'intimidating'

Matt and Luke Goss put their heart on the line when reuniting for their documentary Bros: After the Screaming Stops.

And despite coming across as all confident, with their hilarious one liners, it turns out the pair found filming intimidating.

When chatting to Metro.co.uk at the TV Baftas, in London, the iconic twins opened up about their relationship as brothers, and how making the film helped them grieve both their mother and sister.

When we asked if they were scared to release such a candid movie, which mixed both tragedy with comedy, the duo were both in agreement when they said ‘no.’

‘I think that’s our life,’ Matt smirked before adding: ‘I think people don’t understand we really did lose our mum, and sister, but we hadn’t really addressed it.’

‘One of the things I noticed when watching the film, is how much my brother was hurting and I think he saw the same about me.’


The 50-year-old continued: ‘We got to see each other address some of these issues that were too deep within us to talk about it in our own light.

‘Then ironically two very closed off people decided to do a documentary where we opened up.’

He continued: ‘Once we started, there was no going back.’

His brother Luke interrupted and spoke about the commitment they had to put into the documentary in order to make it work.

He said: ‘To be honest with you, it’s intimidating. If you have the commitment to make a true documentary and a candid piece of film, you know what you’re getting into.

‘Then you realise that we were learning about each other the whole time.’

The singer confessed: ‘Being in the public eye, grief is put on the back-burner, so we built bridges between that.

‘It gave us the opportunity to share the grief and build bridges in our own relationship.’

When asked if they were stronger for making the film, Matt added: ‘Absolutely,’ before revealing they were working on another movie.

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