Bros star Matt Goss falls off the stage in nasty tumble while singing 'When Will I Be Famous' with brother Luke at London show

BROS star Matt Goss suffered a nasty fall onstage while performing for fans in London last night.

The 50-year-old singer took a painful-looking tumble as he belted out the band's huge hit When Will I Be Famous at Brixton Academy.

The blunder happened as the star attempted to step off of a raised platform while singing the catchy track next to his brother Luke, who was on the drums.

While the front of the platform was sloped, it seemed Matt was unaware of the almighty drop at the side of the podium.

The star was quickly helped up by a member of security though looked a little sore as he rubbed his back.

But proving the show must go on, Matt quickly got back to hyping up the crowd as he clapped and waved his hands in the air after losing his microphone.

And it seemed the incident didn't sour the experience for the star, as he thanked fans on Twitter after the gig.

He tweeted: "I don’t say this lightly, but what a legendary show @o2academybrix we officially have the best fans in the world!!! I bloody love you @ O2 Academy Brixton."

The chart-topper later shared a snap of himself smiling during the gig on Instagram, writing: "Also This is how you guys make me feel. I love you all so much! What a night!"

Fans also sent their love and well-wishes after the singer's fall, with one gushing: "Praying you're okay after that fall Matt. Thoroughly enjoyed the show, seeing you both finally after 31yrs has made this Brosette a very happy woman! Cant wait to see you both again."


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Another tweeted: "How are you after your fall? So glad the show went great. Memories to last a life time. "

A third wrote: "The show was awesome you guys rocked it! Your such a pro getting up after the fall, hope your not in too much pain today gorgeous true showman and @LukeGoss loved your awesome drumming #brossette4life."

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