Chart-topping pop star Olly Murs has joked that he has become ''Billy no mates'' now that his friends are all in relationships.
Olly Murs has become ''Billy no mates'' now that his friends are all in relationships.
The chart-topping singer has admitted to finding himself a bit isolated in the build-up to Christmas this year because he does not have a girlfriend.
He shared: ''I have done something Christmassy every day in December for the build-up but I can't wait to go out with my mates.
''The problem is they all have girlfriends so they aren't allowed out any more unless they get a special visa.
''I'm single so I'm a little bit lost, I've been Billy No Mates. But now they're free, watch out.''
And Olly will be hoping to enjoy a much more pleasant Christmas this year than last, having spent the big day nursing a hangover.
He told the Daily Star newspaper: ''My worst ever hangover was on Christmas Day last year.
''My dad had this whiskey called Knob Creek, it's a really strange drink but really tasty.
''On Christmas Eve he was filling up my glass quite a bit, then at 6 o'clock I woke up with this banging headache and it didn't shift.
''So Christmas Day wasn't much fun but it was the first time my dad and I had a proper drink together.
''It was a real manly drink. So as a result it was a really special hangover.''
Meanwhile, Olly's latest album, '24 Hrs', explores his relationship failures - and he admits it was an emotional experience to make the record.
He said: ''A lot of the songs were about a break up so it was tough at times.
''But it's not just about my girlfriend. I wasn't perfect in this relationship, so I took a look at myself and wrote about me and my life from a different perspective.''
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