When he posed the immortal question When Will I Be Famous? in 1988, Matt Goss, one third of boyband Bros, had little idea that the answer might be: in 2010, in Las Vegas.More than two decades after he helped spark a questionable craze for threading shoelaces with Grolsch bottletops, Goss, now 41, has just been announced as the headline act at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, former home to Rat Pack idols Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. Performing a mixture of big band numbers and original material, Goss has already attracted comparisons to Ol’ Blue Eyes. He has been hailed as the best new act in Vegas by the LA Times, while VegasDeluxe.com called him “the leader of a new ratpack”. “I feel a lot of responsibility,” he said from Las Vegas yesterday. “I’ve played everywhere in the world but playing in the same room as Sinatra, it’s an amazing feeling.”

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