Matt Goss - one-half of 80s pop icons Bros - has found new fame thanks the BBC Four documentary Bros: After The Screaming Stops.
The singer is getting out and about delighting his fans with live performances with brother Luke.
But in one show last night (Friday July 5), 50-year-old Matt took a nasty tumble off stage.
During Bros's performance at the 02 Academy in Brixton, Matt was blasting out a version of the group's biggest hit - When Will I Be Famous?The Sun reports that Matt took a tumble off the stage as he attempted to step off a raised platform.
After he was helped back up by a member of his security team, Matt seemed to shrug it off and continued with the show.
He took to Instagram to thank fans for their response.
This is how you guys make me feel. I love you all so much! What a night!
In a heartfelt message, Matt said: "This is how you guys make me feel. I love you all so much! What a night!"
Fans were quick to check he was okay with one writing: "Praying you're okay after that fall, Matt."
Other took to Twitter to praise Matt for the amazing show.
One of Matt's followers said: "What an amazing night! Thank you so much @mattgoss @LukeGoss first time seeing you live and you certainly didn't disappoint. Much love #bros @O2academybrix was a great venue too #brilliantnight"
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