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101 Facts About Olly Murs
9. On Friday, Olly Murs was up to his old antics when he stripped off to his undies and dived into his snow-covered garden.
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12. Olly Murs failed at the first attempt into The X Factor but made it through the audition stage on his second attempt in 2009.
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14. Olly Murs is a British singer-songwriter, who rose to fame after finishing second in the 2009 series of The X Factor.
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16. Olly Murs once joked that if he could duet with anyone, it would be ex-Radio 1 presenter Chris Moyles.
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17. Olly Murs has won two BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards, once in 2011 and next in 2013.
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25. On 4 April 2011, Olly Murs stood in for Comedy Dave Vitty on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio 1 for one week while Vitty was rehearsing for Dancing on Ice.
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28. On 10 November 2014, Olly Murs confirmed on his Twitter account that he would join the line up for Band Aid 30.
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31. On 2 September 2016, Olly Murs announced on his Twitter account that his fifth album would be called 24 Hrs and would be released on 11 November.
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33. On 1 July 2016, Olly Murs revealed on his Twitter account that the album's first single "You Don't Know Love" would be released on 8 July.
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34. On 10 February 2015, Olly Murs confirmed on his Twitter account that the third single to be released from the album would be "Seasons".
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36. Olly Murs confirmed via his Twitter account in February 2012 that the album's third single would be "Oh My Goodness", and that it would be released on 2 April.
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37. In September 2011, Olly Murs announced via Twitter that his second album would be entitled In Case You Didn't Know, taken from a song of the same name which appears on the album.
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44. Olly Murs went to school with Next of Kin and played semi-professionally for Isthmian Division One North side Witham Town between 2006 and 2008.
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46. On 16 April 2015, it was announced that Olly Murs would be reunited with Flack to replace Dermot O'Leary as co-presenters of The X Factor from series 12.
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47. Olly Murs announced that he would tour the UK in spring 2015.
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48. In November 2012, Olly Murs released his third album Right Place Right Time, and released 6 singles from it; the first, "Troublemaker", was his fourth number one.
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50. In November 2010, Olly Murs released his self-titled debut album, Olly Murs, which entered the UK Albums Chart at number two, with the biggest week one album sales for a debut album in 2010, with over 108,000 albums sold.
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52. Olly Murs has revealed he nearly joined The X Factor panel this year.
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53. Olly Murs reveals why he said no to being a judge on The X Factor.
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55. Olly Murs insists 'The X Factor' is still "one of the best" shows around, so he would "hate" to see the programme axed.
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57. Olly Murs suffered a pretty awkward interview on BBC Breakfast today.
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60. Olly Murs says he was in talks to join The X Factor this year.
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61. Olly Murs is returning to perform, along with Michael Buble.
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72. Olly Murs now counts himself as a friend of Cheryl, having known the singer for nine years after he found fame on The X Factor.
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74. Olly Murs is in his tenth year as a professional musical artist, having come second on the X Factor, way back in 2009.
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76. Olly Murs says he'd like to find love on The Voice UK.
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82. Olly Murs talks turning down a job on The X Factor and overcoming his anxiety demons.
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86. Olly Murs says The X Factor "wasn't a nice experience".
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90. Olly Murs returns with pop-tastic reggae-inspired album featuring the likes of Nile Rodgers and Shaggy.
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91. Olly Murs opens up about having therapy after X Factor stint.
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92. Olly Murs has said he had therapy after his hosting stint on The X Factor.
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93. Olly Murs says hosting The X Factor "wasn't a nice experience".
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94. Olly Murs has revealed he was left in need of therapy after his time on 'The X Factor' came to an end.
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95. Olly Murs says 'The X Factor' sent him into therapy.
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96. Olly Murs reveals he had therapy after The X Factor and admits show 'wasn't a nice experience'.
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97. Olly Murs has made a triumphant return to the X Factor stage, but he hasn't forgotten his difficult past there.
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98. Olly Murs says presenting The X Factor "wasn't a nice experience".
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100. On 25 December 2014, Olly Murs reunited with Flack to co-present a Christmas Day radio show on British radio station Magic.
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