Boy band Bros could reform and go on tour again, former singer Matt Goss has said.
The band officially came to an end in 1992 after achieving huge success in the 1980s with hits such as I Owe You Nothing and When Will I Be Famous?
"If we can make the numbers work and the venues work, then we're all up for it," Goss said.
The 39-year-old singer was part of the three-piece pop band, along with his twin brother Luke who played the drums and Craig Logan on bass guitar.
"Being in a band is like being a politician, you've got to make sure everyone is happy," Goss added.
"But Luke, Craig and definitely myself - we're all up for it."
The 80s boy band had 11 hit singles in their career along with three top 20 albums.
Upon leaving the band, Logan went on to become the managing director of RCA Records, Matt Goss continued as a solo artist and Luke Goss has starred in a number of Hollywood films including Hell Boy II.
Goss said he had "the best time" while in the band.
"I think everyone that went to see Bros gigs had the best time and that's the one reason we all agreed it'd be a good laugh if we did it," he added.