Matt Goss has revealed he has finally got his sex drive back for the first time since his mother Carol died four years ago.
Matt Goss has got his sex drive back for the first time since his mother died four years ago.
The Bros star was left grief-stricken when his mum Carol lost her battle with breast cancer in 2014 but the 49-year-old singer has revealed that he finally feels as though his libido has returned and it has made him feel good.
Matt - who also repaired his rift with his twin brother Luke to reform Bros for a series of concerts - told Closer magazine: ''I missed that basic feeling and the desire to have sex because, when my mum died, I felt I was looking at the world with a one-dimensional view and it didn't look three-dimensional to me. For a long time, I was enveloped in this cloud of grief and it affected everything too. I am a cerebral human being but it is good to feel horny again! Having your mojo is one thing but it's good to feel horny.''
The 'I Owe You Nothing' hitmaker is currently single but is actively dating and feels ''very grateful'' that he can have sex and enjoy it again.
He said: ''It's very difficult to meet the right girl but I'm a lot more relaxed about dating now. I want to have a bit of time to be naughty before I find love. Now I love sex for the first time in a really long time - but it has to be with a connection. I don't sleep around but if I am lucky enough to have sex, then I am very grateful.''
Matt has a residency at the Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas and he gets to meet lots of his devoted fans and he hasn't ruled out having a relationship with someone who already loves him and his music.
He said: ''I have always been very blessed when it comes to meeting ladies. When I am walking down the street, I get hugged and propositioned by fans. Sometimes it makes me feel a little bit horny.
''I don't know who I will end up with and marry but if I met a fan that I loved, then I would marry them.''
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