Former Bros drummer Luke Goss has opened up about his spiritual side to talkRADIO's James Whale.
The musician-cum-actor revealed he had a "very strong" relationship with God, which he developed after the death of his mother.
"For me my relationship with God, which is very strong, is something very internal. It was something that came to me after the death of my mother," he told Whale.
"I found faith to be very comforting. I'm not remotely embarassed about it. I think it's another thing to lean on."
'Defining moment in our lives'
Luke Goss. Image: Getty
Goss appeared on the James Whale show to discuss his new documentary, After the Screaming Stops, which charts he and his twin brother Matt's experience as they attempted to reunite Bros 28 years after they reached the height of their fame.
“Matt said in the documentary that men and women have to grow up when we lose our parents. It’s a defining moment in our lives," Goss said.
"It's not so much religious. It’s a case of having an ability to humble oneself with meditation daily and it's healthy to have some humility."
He added: "Solitude is extremely important to handle the condition called life."