Friday 23 September 2022 10:11 AM Matt Goss capitalises on Strictly fame as he announces plans for new movie trends now
So, what's the Goss on Matt from Bros?
Is it possible to have too much of a good thing? I only ask, as Matt Goss seems set on total cultural domination.
Goss, who found fame in 1980s pop group Bros, is one of the most anticipated stars of this year's Strictly Come Dancing, which starts on Friday evening.
He's taking over: So, what's the Goss on Matt from Bros? Is it possible to have too much of a good thing? I only ask, as Matt Goss seems set on total cultural domination
While it's common to use Strictly as a springboard for another project, the former pop star seems to be taking things to a whole new level.
A comeback single, Are You Ready, was released last month, but failed to trouble the Top 40.
Now Matt is taking steps towards an acting career — just like twin brother and bandmate Luke, who post-Bros has appeared in more than 50 films.
One to watch: Goss, who found fame in 1980s pop group Bros, is one of the most anticipated stars of this year's Strictly Come Dancing, which starts on Friday evening
Matt will star alongside Dame Joan Collins and Craig Fairbrass in The Stork Club, a gangster drama set in the 1970s.
'I play a very sinister character, which is something I have always wanted to do,' he said.
The film is being produced by Jayney Mackie, who worked on the 2020 romcom The Loss Adjuster, which starred... Luke Goss!
Ambitious Matt is also keen to produce a jukebox musical about Bros, having seen the success of films such as Rocket Man.
Plus, he wants to launch a range of homeware and clothing: Goss rather than Goop.
'I have been around people in my life who created great brands, and, for me, that is the dream. It's not just about financial gain. It is something I can leave behind, as well as my music.'
Strictly Come Dancing launches Friday at 7pm on BBC One
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Kym says: 'I'm so delighted that this year they have! I'm a huge fan of the show and can't believe I'm going to go from watching at home in my pyjamas to actually dancing in front of the judges in a glittery dress.'