In their heyday, blonde brothers Luke and Matt Goss were famous for their boyband good looks, ripped denims and string of muscial hits as part of 80s pop phenomenon Bros.

But since the airing of fly-on-the-wall documentary, After the Screaming Stops, last November, the duo have stepped back into the spotlight, securing a TV special to be aired later this month.

Who were Bros?

Bros were formed in 1986 by the twins and childhood friend Craig Logan. Two years later the band stormed the charts - and teenage girls' hearts - with chart toppers When Will I Be Famous, I Owe You Nothing and Cat Among the Pigeons.

After Craig left the band in 1989, the twins continued as a duo touring the world on their sold-out Push tour before the downing their mics in 1992.

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What have they been doing since then?

Warts-and-all documentary After the Screaming Stops showed the sharp end of fame, as the brothers hadn’t performed together or been in touch for many years.

Craig Logan, originally from Kirkcaldy, went from boyband bassist to successful music manager who's made his fortune managing and writing songs for artists like Sade, Pink, Tina Turner and Paul McCartney.

Drummer Luke, the more subdued twin, has been busy building an acting career that has seen him feature in Hollywood movies Blade II and Hellboy II.

He's also had credits on TV programmes and indie films over the years.

Matt, the lead singer stuck to what he knew and continued to release music. Since 2009 he has had a regular Las Vegas show that has bagged him several awards.

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Why are they back in the limelight?

Last November the brothers were the subject of documentary, After the Screaming Stops shown on BBC 4.

The candid Bafta-nominated film exposed the strained relationships between the twins 28 years after their split as they prepared for a reunion gig at the O2 Arena in London in 2017.

The show became a cult hit with its ability to stoke all the emotions - audiences were moved to laughter and tears during the one hour and 38 minute production.

Matt and Luke's attitude to life and their experiences of fame, and of each other, won them new fans - even though some were laughing at them rather than with them.

Matt's philosophies and one-liners were a highlight:  “I think the letters H-O-M-E are so important because they personify the word home, which means it’s the place that you come and feel safe,” he said.

Other nuggets of wisdom were peppered throughout the show: “I made a conscious decision because of Stevie Wonder to not be superstitious."

Luke wasn't without his own brand of witticisms including: "Once bitten, twice shy. Twenty times bitten, a little shy."

It wasn't all laughs though, as the brothers touched on the death of their sister Carolyn, who died in a car crash at the height of their fame.

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What is A Night In with Bros?

The brothers, 50, will curate an entire evening of programming inspired by their childhood, their musical influences and long careers in and out of the spotlight on BBC 4.

Matt said: "Throughout our long careers, we have been inspired by so many musical influences, and we're so excited to take a walk down memory lane and share some of our most favourite moments that have led us to this point."

The show will also feature new behind-the-scenes footage as Matt and Luke prepare for shows in London, Northern Ireland and Ireland.

The twins will be interviewing friends and special guests too.

The show is filmed and compiled by James Corden's production company Fulwell 73, which made After the Screaming Stops.

When is A Night in with Bros?

A Night in with Bros will air on BBC Four on July 19.