Olly Murs misses family time

‘Army Of Two hitmaker Olly Murs has revealed that he loves the festive season and is really excited about getting to spend quality time with loved ones as this year has been so busy that his schedule has kept him away from home. 

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Speaking at the Amazon, the ‘Heart Skips A Beat’ star admitted that going home for the holidays is the one thing he’s looking forward to the most:

“I’m most looking forward to eating at my mum’s (this Christmas). I haven’t had a dinner at my mum’s this year and that is pretty bad. I am really looking forward to having her roast dinner.”

The singer went onto talk about his most treasures Christmas memory and confessed that getting a sought-after games console is right up there: “My favourite ever Christmas memory is the year I got a Sega Megadrive, I will never forget it, it was my first real games console. We didn’t have much money at Christmas and I got that so it was a big thing.”

Recently Olly recorded the new Band Aid single and by Paul Weller, who wrote a song especially for him.

“It was very random,” Murs says of the unlikely collaboration.

“I was at the Royal Albert Hall watching Paolo Nutini and we met backstage. I had a picture taken with Paul and he said: ‘Are you doing your album right now? I’d love to send you a song.’

“Obviously, I didn’t think he’d actually do it but the email came through the next day, and there was a song on it from him. It was amazing.

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