Bros before the documentary: 20 stories proving Matt and Luke Goss have always been funny

No joke: Matt and Luke Goss
No joke: Matt and Luke Goss

There has been a mass outbreak of Bros-mania on the back of a recent BBC documentary about singing siblings Matt and Luke Goss. 

Bros: After The Screaming Stops was both a moving meditation on the fleeting nature of fame and and also a hilarious psychoanalysis of pop star egotism. “The letters H. O. M. E. are so important because they personify the word home,” says Matt in one of the many moments from the film that have lived on as an internet meme. 

Having caused a sensation when it originally aired over Christmas on BBC Four, After The Screaming Stops is now getting a proper debut on BBC Two. But it’s worth remembering that Bros didn’t start being hilarious when a BBC camera crew called around....

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