When will I, will I meet Matt Goss?
You're a talent, Matt Goss, you know that I've noticed...
Beautiful Bros! Pre-teens of the 80s, feel free to snog the screen
Of all the unrequited loves of my life - of which there have been many - Matt Goss from Bros was the first.
So fast forward *ahem* 25 years when I was introduced to him over cocktails at Cafe de Paris before the start of his 4-date residency, I wasn't expecting his opening line to be, 'Do I get a hug? You're a beautiful woman...'
Yes, Matt Goss, you get a hug. And that? Oh, that's just the sound of all my dreams coming true.
Can you imagine how different my life would've been if my 12-year-old self knew all this time that one day Matt Goss would tell her she's beautiful?
And for the record, he's not looking so bad himself.
Suited and Loubouted, with a cheeky flash of a red sole of his Christian Louboutin loafers, Matt's bringing the swagger of his Las Vegas show The Gossy Room at Caesar's Palace to London.
Matt's glossy and glamorous set list includes Sinatra standards such as Luck Be A Lady Tonight, plus shimmering, sexy, swing-inspired numbers from his new big band album Life You Imagine so steeped in strings and heavy on the horn section that Bublé will be trembling in his tux.
For the Brosettes, I Owe You Nothing and When Will I Be Famous get a Rat Pack makeover while Matt's version of Omar's There's Nothing Like This is nothing short of a knicker dropper.
An Evening With Matt Goss taught me we should live like our dreams have already come true. Mine did. Yours could too.
So you should probably see Matt Goss. You can't imagine how your life could change...