Olly Murs was single and ready to mingle at his Teenage Cancer Trust gig at London's Royal Albert Hall on Monday evening (27.03.17).
Olly Murs celebrated being single at his debut show at London's Royal Albert Hall in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust on Monday night (27.03.17).
The 'Dance With Me Tonight' hitmaker poured his heart out on stage performing songs from his latest record, '24 Hrs' - including 'You Don't Know Love' and 'Flaws' - which he's openly admitted is about his heartbreak from his break-up from his ex-girlfriend Francesca Thomas, who he split from in 2015 after three years of dating.
After asking the crowd, equally of men and women, if they were single, he declared he was too.
And speaking to the Metro newspaper before going on stage, he confirmed his relationship status.
He said: ''I'm still single. Nothing has changed in that department.''
He jumped around the stage pulling some cheeky dance moves and interacted with the audience by hugging them and taking selfies throughout his performance.
However, the 32-year-old hunk also got the iconic venue pumped performing pop hits from his back catalogue including 'Heart Skips a Beat', 'Troublemaker' and 'Wrapped Up'.
Olly ended his set on a high with his latest song 'Years & Years', before reminding his fans how much they've ''changed his life'' by continuing to follow his music as he reminded them he was once just a guy working at a call centre in Essex before he shot to fame by winning 'The X Factor' in 2009.
Olly also reminded the audience how just by buying a ticket to the charity gig they were still ''changing lives'' - the young cancer patients who benefit from the organisation.
He told the audience: ''You guys changed my life so thank you so, so much.
''And the most important thing is you guys are still doing it by being here tonight. You are changing people's lives. ''
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