Craig from Bros had no idea Matt and Luke Goss were reforming the band
Ex-Bros bassist Craig Logan has said that he had no idea that the Goss twins were going to announce a reunion - but that his world has "moved on".
Matt and Luke Goss, 48, revealed last week that they were reuniting, saying that Logan was welcome to join the duo but that "Bros is Matt and Luke" .
Logan, 47, left the band in 1989 and is focused on his career as a music executive.
He told the BBC: "It's not something I've ever wanted.
"I'm going to save the public from me running around with the bass, because that just wouldn't be pretty any more. That part of my world has moved on."
Asked if he knew about the announcement beforehand, he said: " This time, no. We've spoken about it many times over the years, and they totally have my blessing."
But he added: "You know what? I think they know that it's not something that interests me. That part of my world has moved on."
Logan said that he was unconcerned by Matt's comments at a press conference that: "Bros is Matt and Luke."
The music executive, who helped Robbie Williams make a successful career as a soloist, said: "They're launching a tour as the two of them, so that's fine. There was always two blonde ones and another one. I was the other one.
"This is something they've really wanted. It's not something I've wanted. They will do great, they'll put on a fantastic show, and I only wish them well."
Matt has said that Logan was welcome to join them but he was focused on his career as a music executive.
"Me and my brother started the band at school. Bros is Matt and Luke without question," he said.
Luke added: "Some of our greatest achievements are just the two of us. I'm very comfortable to say Matt and Luke are Bros."
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