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The film drew comparisons to mockumentary This Is Spinal Tap.
Bros have announced they will be performing a comeback show in London after their documentary went viral.
Bros: After The Screaming Stops aired on BBC Four in December and drew comparisons to mockumentary This Is Spinal Tap.
It followed feuding twins Matt and Luke Goss as they reunited ahead of their ill-fated 2017 tour.
Riding high following the huge success of their documentary, After the Screaming Stops, brothers Matt and Luke Goss have announced a big show in London this summer.
Bros will play the O2 Academy Brixton on 5 July 2019, with tickets on sale this Friday.
They played two sold out O2 Arena shows in London in 2017 - the build up to which was documented in the new film, which became cult viewing over the festive period due to the brother's cod philosophical pronouncements and inadvertent one-liners.
Like this from Luke on his hometown: "I'm a Londoner. Embankment. Big Ben. Cab drivers."
“After the phenomenal response to the Bros film we’re genuinely looking forward to a more intimate show in our home town," said Matt.
The lads made the announcement on Good Morning Britain (above), from different studios... naturally.
So the heart-rending tale of the 2018 Bros reunion made many of us laugh, cry and cringe over Christmas.
Did you catch it? If not you can now over on the iPlayer.
After The Screaming Stops tells the story of 80s heart-throb siblings Matt and Luke Goss getting back together to perform for the first time in nearly 30 years, at London's O2 Arena last year, but like with many families at Christmas it doesn't always run as smoothly as some might like.
It also contains many moments of accidental absolute comedy gold, leading some to suggest that it may in fact be a Spinal Tap/The Office-style mocu-mentary.
Here's just a few of their best one-liners...
- "I made a conscious decision because of Stevie Wonder not to be superstitious" Matt Goss
- "I'm a Londoner. Embankment. Big Ben. Cab drivers." Luke Goss
- "The best toy we had growing up was a dart. No dart board, just a dart." Matt Goss
- "One of my songs is called We're All Kings. Which is about a man sweeping the road - he's one of my kings because I'm thankful I don't have to sweep the road." Matt Goss
- "The letters H.O.M.E. are so important because they personify the word home." Matt Goss