Olly Murs is out with the music video to his new single ‘Grow Up’, off the English pop singer’s fifth studio album ’24 Hrs’, out November 11th on Epic Records. Watch the Jim Canty directed video via YouTube below.
2011 British Single nominee Olly Murs talked to Goldierocks on the Red Carpet at the BRITs Launch. Olly got star struck before talking about his year in 2010, his outfit, being nominated, the best British female category, new releases, tour dates and having girls back to his house. Watch it via YouTube below.
Olly Murs from ‘The X Factor’ spoke with London’s Absolute Radio at the Brit Awards nominations 2011, where he received a gong for Best British Single. “To be nominated for a Brit Award is incredible,” Olly said. “It’s kind of a reward really to get nominated at such a massive event like this.”
The interview at YouTube has since been removed.
Former X Factor contestant Olly Murs has defended Cheryl Cole’s decision not to put Gamu Nhengu through and asks people to stop being mean.
“She’s lovely. She’s great, Cheryl. I think she’s made a great decision and I think the show goes out to 20 million viewers or whatever it is and I think of course people get really passionate about the show, a lot of them feel Gamu should have got through, but there’s no need to send death threats or whatever I’ve heard.”
Watch the comments at DailyMotion.
JLS think Olly Murs is destined for success after signing with Epic. “Olly was someone I kept in contact from when we was on the show,” Marvin Humes told ITN. “We met all the contestants on the show. All through the final weeks I was rooting for him and he came second. We always said he would be an absolute find and it’s great that he’s been signed to Epic and obviously [Simon Cowell’s label] Syco as well. He’s gonna do fine. He’s with a great team and I’m sure he’s really, really excited.”
Video at YouTube has since been removed.
Robbie Williams is out with the video to his new charity single ‘Morning Sun’, official Sport Relief single. The song is the opening track off the British pop singer’s eighth solo studio album ‘Reality Killed the Video Star’, out now on Virgin Records. Watch Robbie rocket out of space on an intergalactic voyage through the stars in the Vaughan Arnell directed video below.
Helping Haiti ‘Everybody Hurts’ Video
February 8, 2010 – A documentary video of the devastation caused by the earthquake in Haiti and the making of the Helping Haiti single ‘Everybody Hurts’ has been posted online. Contributing on the charity release produced by Simon Cowell are Leona Lewis, Rod Stewart, Mika, James Blunt, Jon Bon Jovi, Mariah Carey, Cheryl Cole of Girls Aloud, Alexandra Burke, Miley Cyrus, James Morrison, Kylie Minogue, Westlife, Robbie Williams, Take That, Susan Boyle, Michael Buble, Joe McElderry, and JLS. Watch it via YouTube below.
Robbie Thanks Fans After NRJ Music Awards Wins
January 26, 2010 – Robbie Williams prepared to depart with fiance Ayda Field at Nice airport on January 23rd after attending Saturday’s 2010 NRJ Music Awards in Cannes. Check out pictures from zimbio.com.
The former Take That singer thanked fans on his official web site after winning both the International Male Artist Of The Year and the NRJ Award of Honor, writing:
Sat in bed jet lagged can’t sleep.. it’s 4 in the morning
just got back to LA after our 3 day trip to Cannes…..
I’ve just been reading the community forum..
I wasn’t aware that you lot voted for those awards….
THANK YOU SO MUCH….!!
it was a big surprise, especially with the company I was in…
Buble, mika etc……..
once again thank you for taking the time…..
Olly Feels Snubbed By Robbie
January 5, 2010 – Though Robbie Williams performed with Olly Murs on ‘The X Factor’ and promised to take the singer under his wings, Olly tells The Sun that the former Take That star hasn’t returned his messages. “I’m a bit disappointed Robbie hasn’t been in touch,” Olly admitted. “I texted him to say Happy New Year and congratulations on getting engaged but heard nothing back.”