They owe us nothing but the famous Goss brothers are doing fans a favour anyway by bringing 80s boyband Bros back at The O2 in Greenwich.

More than 20 years after they called it a day, twin bros Matt and Luke will play their old hits again in August next year.

Returning to south-east London will be something of a homecoming for the 48-year-old Lewisham-born siblings.

Bros, who had major hits with I Owe You Nothing and When Will I Be Famous?, last played together in 1989 and split in 1992.

Matt and Luke, who won’t be joined by former band member Craig Logan for the reunion, inspired teenagers to wear bottle caps on the shoes in their heyday.

Since the band’s split, Matt has enjoyed a successful singing career in Las Vegas while Luke has acted in movies such as Hellboy 2 and Blade 2.

At today’s comeback launch in London, Luke said he is excited about the reunion and a little nervous.

"I'm like a big kid right now. I'm pinching myself," he said.

He said that he always wanted to reunite with his brother and "didn't want to resist it anymore.”

He added: "I have always wanted it to happen in my heart but wanted it to be at the right time.

"This is a dream come true. It's always something I've wanted to do but at the right level."

Matt promised the concert would be a "spectacle" and the best show Bros has ever performed.

He added he would bring out his old leather jackets and, possibly, ripped jeans for the concert on August 19.

Former Brosettes are now flooding Twitter in a flurry of excitement, and the band was trending within minutes of the news breaking.

But some Brosettes don’t think the reunion will be complete without Craig.

And of course, you can’t please everyone…