Eighties pop stars Bros are eyeing a possible comeback after more than 20 years.
The I Owe You Nothing hitmakers split in 1992 after six years together, and all three members went on to enjoy highly successful careers in the entertainment industry.
Singer Matt Goss is currently enjoying a residency in Las Vegas, his twin brother - drummer Luke - has several Hollywood roles to his name, and bassist Craig Logan manages pop stars including Dido and Anastacia.
In 2010, Matt Goss ruled out a comeback for the British band, but he now appears to be eyeing a potentially lucrative reunion.
He tells BBC Newsbeat, "I was just with Craig, actually a week ago in L.A. and it was really good. I think I can say this without annoying anyone, but I think we're all actually genuinely up for it finally."
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