Olly Murs' Sunday morning musings
Olly Murs appeared on BBC 2's 'Something For The Weekend', March 6, and talked about his Comic Relief contributions, his new single and his career to date.
The 'Please Don't Let Me Go' singer recently spent time in Africa on a challenging trek to raise money for Comic Relief and said of the tough experience:
"We went to Kenya. We treked for 5 days and we did 100k."
"It was the most amazing time."
He also admitted that out of the star studded group, he found an affinity with fellow musician Craig David. When asked why he decided to sign up for X Factor, he had a very honest reason:
"I was 25 and I lived in Essex and I just wanted to change my life. I didn't know what i wanted to do job wise."
"I had nothing really. I was a call centre guy going down the pub and singing karaoke with my mates."
26-year old Murs also revealed that his new single, 'Heart On My Sleeve', was written by crooner James Morrisson and after hearing it wanted it on his album:
"it was nice to show people there's something really different on the album."
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