The recent rumours of a Bros reunion in 2017 for their 30th anniversary are true - the blonde brothers are getting back together, 25 years after splitting.
Brothers Luke and Matt Goss made the announcement at a press conference in London today, but rather than the rumoured tour, there are only plans for one gig at present.
That'll take place at London's O2 on August 19th, 2017 - 27 years to the day since they played Wembley - and they will not be joined by third member Craig Logan, who left the band in 1989.
Matt Goss said: "I'm very proud of Craig's success, but we started the band in school - and Bros is Matt and Luke, without question."
Luke also said that there won't be any new material played at the gig, saying: "We're going to honour the songs, some of the key sounds. But at this stage, I don't want to populate the show with new stuff. If it was to happen again, then maybe so" - leaving the door open for further gigs down the line.
Tickets are on sale this Friday - but the question is, can they still hit those high notes?
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