One of the best documentaries from 2018 that nobody watched is on telly tonight
You have to watch this.
If you've recently enjoyed Netfix's documentary on the omnishambles that was the Fyre Festival, then you'll be very interested in what BBC Two has in store tonight.
Bros: After The Screaming Stops is on BBC Two at 10.45pm tonight, and you will not want to miss it. The documentary follows the rise and fall of the 80s pop band Bros — which consisted of twins Matt Goss and Luke Goss.
You might not know you know Bros, but you know Bros.
The band was famous in the 80s for their song 'When Will I Be Famous?' — which has featured in so many ads and trailers and reached number 1 in Ireland.
The documentary catches up with the brothers and some of the things they say throughout the doc are absolutely priceless. We're talking David Brent multiplied by Brendan Rodgers.
"I made a conscious decision because of Stevie Wonder... not to be superstitious."
"I think the letters H-O-M-E are so important because they personify the word home."
"One of my songs is called is called 'We're All Kings' which is a song about, if you see a man sweeping the road, that man is a king to me, he's one of my kings. Because... I'm thankful that I don't have to sweep the road."
There are more quotes in the clip below.
The wisdom of Bros is a gift that keeps on giving.
Don't miss the documentary that everyone is talking about.
Bros: After the Screaming Stops | 10:45pm | @BBCTwo | https://t.co/UPXvHt6sBE pic.twitter.com/UxwnqnZxpn
— BBC Two (@BBCTwo) January 26, 2019
The documentary grossed just £13,248 at the box office in 2018, but it holds a 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes.