Matt Goss appeals to brother Luke live on air as he says they aren't talking

The Bros star said he and his brother haven't been speaking for months

Matt Goss and Luke Goss attend the British Academy Television Awards at the Royal Festival Hall in London, England.
Matt Goss and Luke Goss are not talking. (PA Images/Alamy) (SOPA Images, SOPA Images Limited)

Matt Goss moved Good Morning Britain viewers as he revealed he wasn’t talking to his brother Luke and appealed to him live on air.

The Bros star said he and Luke hadn’t spoken in four or five months and that a performance at Glastonbury would be something he’d love for them to do together.

The rift came up when host Susanna Reid asked Matt what was happening with Bros.

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And he admitted: “Well we're not talking at the moment.”

In this photo taken Thursday, March 13, 2014, English singer-songwriter and musician, Matt Goss, poses for a photo during an interview in Los Angeles. Goss is formerly the lead singer of 1980s pop group Bros, which included his twin brother, Luke Goss as drummer, and Craig Logan as bass player. He is currently performing a headline show at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
Matt Goss appealed to his brother on Good Morning Britain. (AP) (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

Jokingly referring to the feud between Oasis stars Noel and Liam Gallagher, Matt joked that he and his sibling were “the Gallaghers of pop”.

He then issued a plea to his brother live on air, saying: “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.”

The singer said when the pair were talking they had plans for 2024, such as new music and a possible follow up to their 2018 documentary After The Screaming Stops.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 19: Matt and Luke Goss of Bros performs on stage at Wembley Stadium on the 'In 2 Summer' tour, on August 19th, 1989 in London, England. (Photo by Pete Still/Redferns)
Matt and Luke Goss on stage as Bros in 1989. (Redferns) (Pete Still via Getty Images)

Discussing what had gone wrong, he said he didn’t really know, but went on: “My favourite person to play with on stage is my brother.”

When presenter Ben Shephard raised the idea of the pair playing the Legends slot at Glastonbury, Matt agreed: “It would be lovely.”

“That would be a phenomenal way back,” he said.

Reid chimed in: "Good for you for being honest and Luke, you know I hope that you and Matt can make up and make it work.”

People watching the ITV programme were touched by the star reaching out to his twin on TV.

Matt Goss of Bros perform during the live music event at O2 Brixton Academy, in London, United Kingdom, on July 5, 2019. (Photo by Robin Pope/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Matt Goss said he'd like the pair to play Glastonbury. (NurPhoto via Getty Images) (NurPhoto via Getty Images)

“Matt you are just lovely,” one posted on Twitter.

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“Matt Goss just provided a brilliant example of how you publicly put an end to brotherly squabbles,” said another.

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