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25 Oct 2016

How Excited Are YOU For The BROS Reunion? [3 mins]

We're pretty excited (OK, VERY excited) to be welcoming BROS on their reunion tour next year… and it seems we're not the only ones. We’ve scoured social media to find your best reactions to the Goss Brothers reforming after a 24-year break!

 

Making dreams come true

The announcement BROS would be hitting The O2 arena AND embarking on a UK tour was almost too much for fans to handle. There was a mixture of delight and disbelief as the first gig sold out in just seven seconds, as @mrchrishubbard and @Alison_Boler discovered.

 

Digging out the tour merchandise…

It seems the hardened BROS fans among you had high hopes for a reunion tour – so much so in fact that you’ve held on to tour merchandise for all these years. Check out these impressive items from @davehodder and @petergabi. At least your wait paid off, guys!

 

Bros vinyl collection plus a few cds and tour programmes. #bros #mattgoss #lukegoss #brosreunion #vinyl #records

A photo posted by Dave Hodder (@davehodder) on

 

 

…and those old ticket stubs

Wowsers, look at the dates on these! Hats off to @DurkinSteph and @denpais who’ve managed not to keep hold of their BROS ticket stubs since the 1980s.

 

Don’t forget those Grolsch bottle caps

It might not have been the most fashionable era, but BROS certainly made their mark on the 80’s fashion scene. For those of you not familiar with the Grolsch bottle top trend, it involved attaching two of them through your shoelace holes so they’d click and clatter as you walked. Stylish. @linlush shows us how it’s done…

 

Brosettes reunited

Before the Beliebers and the Directioners there were the Brosettes – an army of dedicated BROS fans who followed their every move. The good news for the lads is many of them are still going strong, and like @juliettelouise and @summerbabe6969, they’re just counting down the days until the 2017 shows.