BROTHERS Matt and Luke Goss have signed a deal with the BBC for a second Bros documentary after the success of their first one The hilarious ‘documentary’ titled After The Screaming Stops went viral and has since gained a cult following The first film followed the brothers as they embarked on their ill-fated 2017 reunion and was described by viewers as “the funniest/scariest, most eye gougingly enjoyable piece of modern day celluloid” Compared to 1984 mockymentary This Is Spinal Tap about a British heavy metal band playing their own comeback tour According to the Mirror – Matt and Luke Goss, both 50 – have signed a deal with the BBC and will start filming next month Described as more “fly on the wall” it will chart their transformation from vilified crooners to an internet sensation A source explains: “Matt and Luke are returning in July for a string of gigs in Brixton and filming will begin there “It will almost be like a TV reality show this time, exploring how they were perceived before the previous documentary, how they were vilified and then how they became an overnight sensation ” Part of the original film’s charms were the unique philosophical musings of the brothers Goss, many of which fans found hilarious Some of their best quotes include Matt saying: “”I made a conscious decision because of Stevie Wonder not to be superstitious ” And Luke mused: “I’m a Londoner. Embankment. Big Ben. Cab drivers.” Fans will be hoping the brothers won’t be filtering any of their comments for the next round of fun Got a story? email [email protected] or call us direct on 02077824220 We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.