Matt and Luke Goss no longer on speaking terms

Matt Goss has revealed that he and his twin brother Luke Goss are not on speaking terms.

During an appearance on Good Morning Britain on Thursday, the singer revealed their rift when he was asked if they had any plans for their band Bros.

"Well we're not talking at the moment," he shared, before issuing a plea to Luke live on-air. "We're just, I don't know, Luke, if you're watching this, we should talk at least."

He added, "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."

Presenter Ben Shephard asked what happened and Matt replied, "I don't really know at this point."

He also noted, "I really wanna get on stage. My favourite person to play with on stage is my brother, but I don't want to lie to you guys and say it's all hunky dory."

According to the 54-year-old, before their fallout, they had discussed plans for 2024, such as new music and potentially performing at the Glastonbury Festival.

At the end of the chat, presenter Susanna Reid told Matt, "Good for you for being honest, and Luke, you know I hope that you and Matt can make up and make it work."

Matt and Luke originally found fame alongside their friend Craig Logan in the late '80s with Bros, best known for the song When Will I Be Famous?