Luke Goss awkwardly criticises brother Matt's outfit as they insist they're happy with Bros documentary – despite being mocked onlineJanuary 14, 2019
The pop duo were all anyone could talk about over Christmas thanks to their documentary, Bros: After The Screaming Stops.
The twins' David Brent-style comments were instantly mocked by viewers, but appearing on today's show, the siblings insisted they were happy with the final cut.
As Luke, 50, spoke about the film from Los Angeles, he inadvertently mocked his brother's appearance as he was unable to see him on his monitor.
He said: "It's a subjective art form anyway so if you think everyone is going to love it you're setting yourself up for a fall.
"There are some funny moments for sure, there's lots of moments that we laugh at because you become a musician, not to put on a shirt and tie every day it's a crazy world."
Matt, also 50, was sitting in Las Vegas dressed in a shirt and tie, and couldn't help but joke with his sibling via the satellite link.
He said: "I'm wearing a shirt and tie bro is that a dig bro?"
As Luke insisted: "I can't see you bro", Matt continued: "I can't see you, that's a dig."
Host Susanna Reid joked from the studio: "Hashtag awkward."
Matt then elaborated on their feelings towards the documentary, saying they also found it funny.
He said: "First of all, as an edit I see it's a funny thing, I'm glad they edited that way as it is funny."
He also explained one of his most infamous quotes about not believing in superstition thanks to Stevie Wonder.
He said: "You didn't hear the first part of the sentence, about the lyric 'if you believe in things that you don't understand then you suffer'.
"As working class boys, our family was crippled by superstition and I still believe that sentence.
"It was all 'don't do this don't do that', I still believe now that if you believe in things you don't understand, then you suffer."
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