I want them to know that they are not going mad and that they can get better.
A rare closet magazine which features TWO articles on Matt Goss, a full page special and a feature within the Martine mccutcheon article also with an exclusive and very rare photo of Matt and Martine.
Years later Logan explained: "I never, ever wanted to be famous, OK?
Even though the title of the song said it all, that was never my intention.
So, where is he now – and would the 47-year-old even want or need to rejoin the new Bros reunion?
This morning, Matt and Luke Goss announced that Bros woud be reforming for a major concert at London's O2, but there was no sign of Logan. Early singles When Will I Be Famous and Drop The Boy hit No 2 on the UK charts in 1988, before I Owe You Nothing made it all the way to the top.
The Love Actually star said: “Out of all the reality shows I would have absolutely loved to have done Strictly, but I would have struggled with my health.“Even people who are really, really fit have told me it’s the hardest thing they’ve ever done so I know it wouldn’t have been possible.
I never felt I would be well enough to return to music after all my health problems with ME and Lyme disease.“I am fit and well at the moment but while I am healthy I want to concentrate on the things I love the most, like music.” According to TV sources, Martine has once again been offered a six- figure sum to put on her dancing shoes.She told The Sun on Sunday: ‘I've had the worst seven years ever. I would just say, “Please, whatever this is, it is making me feel so bad, just let it kill me.”’Martine adds: ’I want to give hope to ME sufferers, even people who don’t know what they have got. I have not been in a nice place in my head, financially nor with my career.’The actress also said that she considered suicide, saying: ‘I would pray to God that I wouldn’t wake up.The former East Enders actress has been top of the BBC dance show’s hit list for many years.But Martine, 41, told how suffering from depression, ME and Lyme disease has prevented her from signing on the dotted line.The 45-year-old, whose Vegas inspired solo album Life You Imagine is out this week, has spent the past three years performing to packed houses at Caesar’s Palace, Luke has a Hollywood career and Craig runs a music management business.