Bros star Luke Goss denies split from wife Shirley Lewis after 25 years, and takes her to the BAFTAs
13 May 2019, 09:54
Bros drummer Luke Goss and his wife Shirley Lewis looked to be all smiles at last night's TV BAFTAs, despite reports that the couple had split up.
The pair attended the annual award ceremony together at the Royal Festival Hall, in London, just hours after reports stated that they had parted ways after 25 years of marriage.
On Instagram, the singer’s partner smiled as they posed for several selfies on the red carpet.
She wrote: "Fab night at the baftas with this lot @thelukegoss @mattgoss @ollyrowland. We didn’t win but we did have a fantastic night #Love #family #teambros."
The proud wife later joked "where is the bar" as she posted another photo from inside the show.
An insider had previously told The Sun: "Luke and Shirley spent weeks at each other’s throats but now their marriage is over for good."
They added: "Close pals have told them to take a breather and not give up on their 25 years together — but Shirley’s had enough. It’s a really sad end to what has been a very happy marriage, but Shirley can’t move on from the rumours and the trust has been lost between them."
The 50-year-old actor was joined by his brother Matt Goss at the event, as they had been nominated in the Specialist Factual Programme category for their documentary Bros: After the Screaming Stops.
Since 1994, Luke has been married to backing singer Shirley, who has previously worked with Elton John, George Michael, Luther Vandross, and many others. He also has one stepdaughter, Carli.