Next week Britain's Got Talent is stripped across Monday to Friday for the live semi-final shows.
The 'lives' will feature special guest acts and, on Tuesday night, former 90s heartthrobs Bros were set to perform.
However, brothers Matt and Luke Goss, who make up the musical duo, have had to cancel.
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However, the brothers deny any such suggestion.
Last night a spokesman explained: "They both love the show and it would have been fun.
Matt and Luke are doing great and the suggestion of creative differences is untrue.
"Matt and Luke are doing great and the suggestion of creative differences is untrue. Purely a schedule issue."
While their no-show might be proving a headache for BGT producers, who'll be hunting for a replacement for Tuesday's show, it's probably good news for the lads' documentary makers.
A follow-up film is in the pipeline and any ongoing speculation about and interest in the brothers' relationship won't hurt.
This year's Britain's Got Talent draws to a close on Sunday, June 2.
An array of talent will do battle for the chance to perform in front of royalty, including all the judges' golden buzzer acts.
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