Richard and Fred Fairbrass, better known as Right Said Fred, scored a Number 1 hit in 70 countries with 1991's 'I'm Too Sexy', selling 30 million albums, being showered with industry awards, and earning plaudits from admirers such as Madonna and Prince. Before that breakthrough, though, the brothers spent 15 years trying to make it. Fred played guitar with Bob Dylan and Richard played bass for David Bowie, with the brothers also sharing stages with Joy Division and Suicide. Once fame hit, the good times rolled--but as the years passed, the brothers found themselves drawn into a destructive spiral of sex and substances, resolving their situation before it was too late. This is that story.