Matt Goss says he wants to have more sex but it’s ‘very emotional’ for him

Matt Goss has opened up on his personal life. (Getty Images)
Matt Goss has opened up on his personal life. (Getty Images)

Matt Goss has opened up on his sex life, saying he would like to have more to report but finds being intimate very emotional.

The Bros star gave an interview to The Guardian that grilled him on his innermost feelings, sharing some cryptic answers about his personal life.

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Popstar Matt, who featured in Bafta-winning documentary Bros: After the Screaming Stops with his brother Luke, was asked how often he has sex.

He answered honestly: "Not enough. I would like to have more but it’s a very emotional thing for me, and I’m proud to say that."

Matt Goss and Luke Goss of Bros visited the BUILD Series LDN studio to talk <i>After The Screaming Stops</i>.
Matt Goss with his brother Luke. (Getty Images)

Asked about his best ever kiss, he said: "It’s going to be my wife, whoever she is."

Earlier this year, Matt admitted he had dumped his most recent girlfriend because she was always posting on social media, inspiring a song "about the hope that comes out of a dark situation".

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The singer, who found fame in the 80s with Bros, also revealed that he would like Idris Elba to play him in the story of his life and that Kate Beckinsale was his celebrity crush.

He named brother Luke and their late mother as the loves of his life, along with "the small group of friends around me that call themselves the Matt Goss mafia".

<p>Bros twins Matt and Luke Goss arriving at the premiere of the film Batman that opened at the Warner West End cinema off London's Leicester Square. (PA Images via Getty Images)</p>
The Goss twins first found fame with Bros. (PA Images via Getty Images)

The 2018 Bros documentary became famous for comments from both of the Goss brothers that were inadvertently hilarious to viewers.

In one scene, Matt said: "I made a conscious decision because of Stevie Wonder not to be superstitious."

Another memorable comment included: "The letters H. O. M. E. are so important because they personify the word home."

Meanwhile, Luke, who had spent many years in the US, offered his opinion of his hometown London which many UK viewers struggled to identify with as he said: "I’m a London boy. You know: Big Ben. The Embankment. Cab drivers."

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