Olly Murs gives a thumbs up while leaving the BBC Radio Studios in London, England on Wednesday (September 7).
The 32-year-old “You Don’t Know Love” singer also stopped by the ITV studios the day after for a television appearance.
Olly recently spoke to press about the possibility of joining Strictly Come Dancing after performing during the 2016 launch event over the weekend.
“They were saying it’s my audition for Strictly. They were trying to get me to sign a contract for next year,” Olly joked. “With anything like that, you never say never, but my music career is my most important thing.”
“We have played Fusion before and it’s always an amazing vibe,” Tristan shared ahead of the festival event. “We have been on tour since the beginning of the year so will be bringing some tricks from there.”
Olly Murs didn’t just surprise everyone with new album news, he also announced a new tour!
The 32-year-old “Wrapped Up” singer teased fans on social media on Thursday (September 1) about the big news with several timers on Twitter and Instagram before revealing the title of his next album, 24 Hrs. The album will drop on November 11th.
Then, Olly announced several new tour dates coming up in 2017!
“So excited to announce my new album 24 HRS out 11.11.16!” Olly shared. “Pre-order via OllyMurs.com for access to 2017 tour presale.”
“‘Wrapped Up’ and ‘Troublemaker’ were great songs for me, but they were generic pop records,” Olly shared with Total Access about his past songs. “They were feel-good, dancing, having a good time. This one has a message in it. It had me in it, proper me. All these songs mean more to me than all the other songs I’ve ever done.”
He added, “Even though the other songs had me, the cheeky fun guy, ‘You Don’t Know Love’ is really from the heart and it means a lot to me. I think it is a banger. The reaction’s been fantastic but even if everyone hates it I’m still going to like it.”
“The album feels amazing. I say it every time, but as an artist you do have a feeling, and I genuinely think it’s the best album I’ve done,” Olly recently shared.
He added, “Because of the experiences I’ve had over the past 12 months, I’d never really wrote an album about a break-up or anything that’s quite sad in my life – everything’s always been so positive.”