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Strictly Matt Goss' life - saving fan's life, Hollywood sibling and 20k flight for dog

Strictly Come Dancing star Matt Goss is currently strutting his stuff alongside Nadiya Bychkova - and fans are loving it.The heart throb, who first rose to fame in eighties band Bros, quick stepped to Sir Duke on Saturday night, and viewers are eagerly awaiting to see what the pair will do next.READ MORE: Strictly's Craig Revel Horwood defends Matt Goss after Anton Du Beke's catty remarkAlong with reuniting with twin brother Luke Goss for a series of Bros concerts in 2017, and the release of his latest album The Beautiful Unknown, fans just can't get enough of the music star.As Matt and Luke Goss turn 54 years old today, Daily Star takes a closer look inside Matt's life.Long before Strictly Come Dancing, Matt Goss rose to fame alongside twin brother Luke and their friend Craig Logan in the eighties boyband Bros.Known for their songs including I Owe You Nothing and When Will I Be Famous, along with their chart topping 1988 album Push, the group sold more than 16 million records worldwide.They amassed such as a huge fan base, that their fame was dubbed "Brosmania," by the music press - resulting in part of Oxford Street in London being closed off by the police when a jaw-dropping amount of fans turned up for an album signing at HMV.However in 1989, Craig left the band, with Matt and Luke continuing as a duo.They released two further albums called The Time and Changing Faces, but by 1992, the group had decided to disband.From there, Matt has continued to be a successful singer-songwriter, performing residencies at The Palms, Ceasars Palace and Mirage in Las Vegas.He also recently released his latest album, The Beautiful Unknown, in 2022.Speaking about the album and performing the songs in a series of tour dates earlier this

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Naomi Ackie is giving fans a look at «the Whitney you never knew» in the upcoming Whitney Houston biopic, The Star Wars actress is embodying the late diva in the film, due out this December, and fans got a first look at her portrayal of the legendary vocalist when the first trailer dropped on Thursday.The trailer begins with Whitney's origins as a New Jersey choir girl, who steps on stage for her mother, Cissy (Tamara Tunie), one night when legendary record exec Clive Davis (Stanley Tucci) is in the audience. And the rest is history...The trailer gives a look at some iconic Whitney looks and moments, including her fun «How Will I Know» music video, the sultry «It's Not Right, But It's Okay» look and, of course, her iconic performance of the National Anthem at Super Bowl XXV.The biopic, which is directed by  director Kasi Lemmons and written by  Anthony McCarten, also stars Ashton Sanders as Bobby Brown, Nafessa Williams as Robyn Crawford, Clarke Peters as John Houston, and more.Watch the full trailer below:Ackie spoke with ET about playing Houston last May, just after her casting was announced, and she made a point to assure fans everywhere that she was «doing the work» to prepare for the massive role. «I’m going to try my best because that woman — it sends shivers down my spine how much she means to me, the world, Black women, African American women,» she said at the time. «I’m going to throw my everything into making sure she is represented properly.” “I just want to tell her story.