Luke Goss ‘splits’ from his wife of 25 years Shirley Lewis: Bros star hit with cheating claims

Luke Goss has allegedly separated from his wife of 25 years Shirley Lewis as he was seen for the first time since their reported split smiling on the BAFTAs TV red carpet.

The Bros star, 50, was hit with cheating claims as he made a grinning arrival with his brother Matt at the awards ceremony at the Royal Festival Hall, in London on Sunday.

A source told The Sun of the split: ‘Luke and ­Shirley spent weeks at each other’s throats but now their marriage is over for good.’

Shock split: Luke Goss 'separated' from his wife of 25 years Shirley Lewis (pictured together): Bros star hit with cheating claims as he made a cheerful BAFTAs TV arrival

Shock split: Luke Goss 'separated' from his wife of 25 years Shirley Lewis (pictured together): Bros star hit with cheating claims as he made a cheerful BAFTAs TV arrival

Shock split: Luke Goss ‘separated’ from his wife of 25 years Shirley Lewis (pictured together): Bros star hit with cheating claims as he made a cheerful BAFTAs TV arrival

The couple had been happily married in a ceremony in 1994 but now the pair reportedly plan to part ways for good.

The source 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.’

Stay together: The Bros star, 50, was hit with cheating claims as he made a grinning arrival with his brother Matt at the awards ceremony at the Royal Festival Hall, in London on Sunday

Stay together: The Bros star, 50, was hit with cheating claims as he made a grinning arrival with his brother Matt at the awards ceremony at the Royal Festival Hall, in London on Sunday

Stay together: The Bros star, 50, was hit with cheating claims as he made a grinning arrival with his brother Matt at the awards ceremony at the Royal Festival Hall, in London on Sunday

Happy times: It is no surprise Luke was cheerful on the red carpet alongside Matt as they were nominated in the Specialist Factual Programme catagory for Bros: After the Screaming Stops

Happy times: It is no surprise Luke was cheerful on the red carpet alongside Matt as they were nominated in the Specialist Factual Programme catagory for Bros: After the Screaming Stops

Happy times: It is no surprise Luke was cheerful on the red carpet alongside Matt as they were nominated in the Specialist Factual Programme catagory for Bros: After the Screaming Stops

MailOnline has approached Luke Goss’ representatives for further comment.

It is no surprise Luke was cheerful on the red carpet alongside Matt as they were nominated in the Specialist Factual Programme catagory for Bros: After the Screaming Stops.

In 2016, the twins were reunited once again after a handshake healed the rift that saw the pair barely speak to each other for nearly a decade.

Big news: Matt confirmed the pair are now in talks over another film which they are both incredibly excited about

Big news: Matt confirmed the pair are now in talks over another film which they are both incredibly excited about

Big news: Matt confirmed the pair are now in talks over another film which they are both incredibly excited about

Their friendly reunion led to a gig at London’s O2 which sold out in seven seconds.

The boybanders, which initially also included their school friend Craig Logan, had success with their debut album which topped charts in 19 countries and sold 16 million records worldwide.

Bros: After the Screaming Stops followed the singing duo as they prepared to make their 30th anniversary reunion.

Fantastic: Bros: After the Screaming Stops followed the singing duo as they prepared to make their 30th anniversary reunion

Fantastic: Bros: After the Screaming Stops followed the singing duo as they prepared to make their 30th anniversary reunion

Fantastic: Bros: After the Screaming Stops followed the singing duo as they prepared to make their 30th anniversary reunion

Matt confirmed the pair are now in talks over another film which they are both incredibly excited about.

He said: ‘We’re talking about the next film, we’re excited about it. We’re definitely in talks about a new film.’

Luke added: ‘I didn’t think in my wildest dreams we’d end up here. The fact that we have a nomination is a wonderful validation.’

BAFTA TV Awards 2019: NOMINATIONS

COMEDY ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME 

The Big Narstie Show

The Last Leg

A League of Their Own – WINNER

Would I Lie To You?

CURRENT AFFAIRS 

Football’s Wall of Silence

Iran Unveiled: Taking On The Ayatollahs

Massacre at Ballymurphy

Myanmar’s Killing Fields

DRAMA SERIES

Bodyguard

Informer

Killing Eve

Save Me

Bodyguard is nominated for Drama Series

Bodyguard is nominated for Drama Series

Bodyguard is nominated for Drama Series

ENTERTAINMENT PERFORMANCE  

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly for Saturday Night Takeaway

David Mitchell for Would I Lie To You?

Lee Mack for Would I Lie To You?

Rachel Parris for The Mash Report

ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway

Britain’s Got Talent – WINNER 

Michael McIntyre’s Big Show

Strictly Come Dancing

FACTUAL SERIES

24 Hours in A&E

Life and Death Row: The Mass Execution

Louis Theroux’s Altered States

Prison

FEATURES  

Gordon, Gino and Fred’s Road Trip

The Great British Bake Off

Mortimer and Whitehouse: Gone Fishing

Who Do You Think You Are? – WINNER

FEMALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAMME

Daisy May Cooper in This Country

Jessica Hynes in There She Goes – WINNER

Julia Davis in Sally4Ever

Lesley Manville in Mum

INTERNATIONAL 

54 Hours: The Gladbeck Hostage Crisis

The Handmaid’s Tale

Reporting Trump’s First Year: The Fourth Estate

Succession

LEADING ACTOR

Benedict Cumberbatch for Patrick Melrose

Chance Perdomo for Killed By My Debt

Hugh Grant for A Very English Scandal

Lucian Msamati for Kiri

LEADING ACTRESS

Jodie Comer for Killing Eve

Keeley Hawes for Bodyguard

Ruth Wilson for Mrs Wilson

Sandra Oh for Killing Eve

Jodie Comer is nominated for Leading Actress in Killing Eve

Jodie Comer is nominated for Leading Actress in Killing Eve

Jodie Comer is nominated for Leading Actress in Killing Eve

LIVE EVENT 

Open Heart Surgery: Live

Royal British Legion’s Festival of Remembrance

The Royal Wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Stand Up To Cancer

MALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAMME  

Alex Macqueen for Sally4Ever

Jamie Demetriou for Stath Lets Flats

Peter Mullan for Mum

Steve Pemberton for Inside No. 9 – WINNER

MINI-SERIES 

A Very English Scandal

Kiri

Mrs Wilson

Patrick Melrose – WINNER

NEWS COVERAGE

Bullying and Harassment in the House of Commons

Cambridge Analytica Uncovered

Good Morning Britain: On a Knife Edge

Good Morning Britain: Thomas Markle Exclusive

REALITY & CONSTRUCTED FACTUAL 

Dragons’ Den

I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds

The Real Full Monty: Ladies’ Night

SCRIPTED COMEDY 

Derry Girls

Mum

Sally4Ever

Stath Lets Flats

SHORT FORM PROGRAMME 

Snatches: Moments from Women’s Lives – Bovril Pam

The Mind of Herbert Clunkerdunk

Missed Call

Wonderdate

SINGLE DOCUMENTARY

Driven: The Billy Monger Story

Gun No. 6

My Dad, the Peace Deal and Me

School for Stammerers

SINGLE DRAMA 

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch

Care

Killed By My Debt

Through The Gates: On The Edge

SOAP & CONTINUING DRAMA 

CASUALTY

CORONATION STREET

EASTENDERS – WINNER

HOLLYOAKS

SPECIALIST FACTUAL

Bros: After the Screaming Stops

Grayson Perry: Rites of Passage

Suffragettes with Lucy Worsley  – WINNER

Superkids: Breaking Away from Care

SPORT

2018 SIX NATIONS: SCOTLAND v ENGLAND

2018 WORLD CUP QUARTER FINAL: ENGLAND v SWEDEN – WINNER

ENGLAND’S TEST CRICKET – COOK’S FAREWELL

WINTER OLYMPICS

SUPPORTING ACTOR 

Alex Jennings for Unforgotten

Ben Whishaw for A Very English Scandal – WINNER

Kim Bodnia for Killing Eve

Stephen Graham for Save Me

SUPPORTING ACTRESS 

Billie Piper for Collateral

Fiona Shaw for Killing Eve – WINNER

Keeley Hawes for Mrs Wilson

Monica Dolan for A Very English Scandal

VIRGIN MEDIA’S MUST-SEE MOMENT (voted for by the public) 

BODYGUARD: Julia Montague Assassinated

CORONATION STREET: Gail’s Monologue on the Suicide of Aidan Connor

DOCTOR WHO: Rosa Parks, The Doctor and Her Companions Make Sure Historical Moments Remain

KILLING EVE: Eve Stabs Villanelle

PETER KAY’S CAR SHARE: The Finale

QUEER EYE: Tom Completes His Transformation

Queer Eye has been nominated for Virgin Media's Must-See Moment

Queer Eye has been nominated for Virgin Media's Must-See Moment

Queer Eye has been nominated for Virgin Media’s Must-See Moment

BRITISH ACADEMY TELEVISION CRAFT AWARDS

BREAKTHROUGH TALENT sponsored by Sara Putt Associates

Akemnji Ndifornyen (Composer, Producer and Writer) for Famalam – WINNER

Dawn Shadforth (Director) for Trust: Silenzio

Georgia Christou (Writer) Through the Gates: On the Edge

Lizzie Kempton (Director) Manchester Bomb: Our Story

Benedict Cumberbatch is nominated for Leading Actor in Patrick Melrose

Benedict Cumberbatch is nominated for Leading Actor in Patrick Melrose

Benedict Cumberbatch is nominated for Leading Actor in Patrick Melrose

COSTUME DESIGN sponsored by CARAT* London 

Charlotte Holdich for The Long Song

Marianne Agertoft for The City and The City

Phoebe de Gaye for Killing Eve

Suzanne Cave for A Very English Scandal – WINNER

DIRECTOR: FACTUAL 

Ben Anthony for Grenfell – WINNER

David Soutar, Joe Pearlman for Bros: After the Screaming Stops

James Rogan for Stephen: The Murder that Changed a Nation

Paddy Wivell for Prison

DIRECTOR: FICTION sponsored by 3 Mills Studios 

Harry Bradbeer for Killing Eve (Episode 1)

Mahalia Belo for The Long Song

Stephen Frears for A Very English Scandal – WINNER

Thomas Vincent for Bodyguard (Episode 1)

Keeley Hawes is nominated for Leading Actress in Bodyguard

Keeley Hawes is nominated for Leading Actress in Bodyguard

Keeley Hawes is nominated for Leading Actress in Bodyguard

DIRECTOR: MULTI-CAMERA 

Barbara Wiltshire for Inside No.9 Live: Dead Line – WINNER

Bridget Caldwell for The Royal British Legion’s Festival of Remembrance

Julia Knowles, Helen Scott and Simon Staffurth for The Royal Wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Liz Clare for The Voice UK

EDITING: FACTUAL 

Ben Brown for Grenfell

Emma Lysaght for Louis Theroux: Altered States (Choosing Death)

Matt Lowe for Drowning in Plastic

Will Gilbey for Bros: After the Screaming Stops  – WINNER

EDITING: FICTION 

Gary Dollner for Killing Eve (Episode 1)

Pia Di Ciaula for A Very English Scandal – WINNER

Steve Singleton for Bodyguard (Episode 1)

Tony Kearns for Bandersnatch (Black Mirror)

ENTERTAINMENT CRAFT TEAM sponsored by Hotcam 

Dave Davey, David Tench, Dominic Tolfts and Kevin Duff for The Voice UK

Lisa Armstrong, Jason Gilkison, Mark Kenyon and Richard Sillitto for Strictly Come Dancing

Nigel Catmur, David Cole, Kate Dawkins and Kevin Duff for The Royal British Legion’s Festival of Remembrance – WINNER

Tim Telling, Tom Neenan, Steve Andrews and Ben Blease for The Mash Report

Hugh Grant is nominated for Leading Actor in A Very English Scandal

Hugh Grant is nominated for Leading Actor in A Very English Scandal

Hugh Grant is nominated for Leading Actor in A Very English Scandal

MAKE UP & HAIR DESIGN sponsored by MAC Cosmetics 

Daniel Phillips for A Very English Scandal

Konnie Daniel for Mrs Wilson

Nicole Stafford for The Little Drummer Girl

Vickie Lang for Vanity Fair – WINNER

ORIGINAL MUSIC 

Cho Young-Wuk for The Little Drummer Girl

David Holmes and Keefus Ciancia for Killing Eve – WINNER

Murray Gold for A Very English Scandal

HAUSCHKA for Patrick Melrose

PHOTOGRAPHY: FACTUAL sponsored by The Farm 

Alastair McCormick, Peter Keith, and Ryan Atkinson for Earth’s Natural Wonders: Surviving Against the Odds

Jaimie Gramston and Michael Palin in North Korea

Lindsay McCrae for Dynasties: Emperor – WINNER

Stuart Bernard for The Mighty Redcar

PHOTOGRAPHY & LIGHTING: FICTION sponsored by ScreenSkills 

Balazs Bolygo for Collateral

James Friend for Patrick Melrose

Julian Court for Killing Eve (Episode 7)

Woo-Hyung Kim for The Little Drummer Girl – WINNER

PRODUCTION DESIGN sponsored by Microsoft 

Helen Scott for A Very English Scandal

Kristian Milsted for Killing Eve

Maria Djurkovic and Tatiana Macdonald for The Little Drummer Girl

Tom Burton for Patrick Melrose – WINNER

SOUND: FACTUAL 

Doug Dreger, Rowan Jennings and  Michael Palin in North Korea

Kate Davis, Steve Onopa and Mark Simms for Amy Winehouse: Back to Black (Classic Albums)

SOUND TEAM Later Live…with Jools Holland – WINNER

Tim Owens, Graham Wild and Kate Hopkins for Dynasties: Chimpanzees

SOUND: FICTION 

SOUND TEAM for A Very English Scandal

SOUND TEAM for The Little Drummer Girl

Simon Farmer, Dan Johnson and Marc Lawes for Bodyguard

SOUND TEAM for Killing Eve – WINNER

SPECIAL, VISUAL & GRAPHIC EFFECTS 

Adam McInnes, John Smith and Kevin Horsewood for Troy: Fall of a City – WINNER

Duncan Malcolm, Jean-Clément Soret and Clayton McDermott for  Bandersnatch (Black Mirror)

Kent Houston, Freefolk and Asa Shoul for The Alienist (Episode 1)

Simon Frame, Martin Oberlander and Adam Inglis for Britannia

TITLES & GRAPHIC IDENTITY 

Alan Smith and Mark Roalfe for The 2018 Winter Olympics – WINNER

Allison Brownmoore, Anthony Brownmoore and Joe Nowacki for Take Your Pills

Matt Willey for Killing Eve

Steve Small, Kristian Andrews and Nikki Kefford-White for Black Earth Rising

WRITER: COMEDY 

Daisy May Cooper and Charlie Cooper for This Country – WINNER

Peter Kay, Sian Gibson and Paul Coleman for Peter Kay’s Car Share: The Finale

Stefan Golaszewski for Mum

WRITING TEAM for Cunk on Britain

WRITER: DRAMA 

David Nicholls for Patrick Melrose -WINNER 

Lennie James for Save Me

Phoebe Waller-Bridge for Killing Eve

Russell T Davies for A Very English Scandal

 

 

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