Olly Murs has reportedly joined celebrity dating app Raya.

The 'Troublemaker' hitmaker is believed to have joined the exclusive dating site after having parted ways with his rumoured secret girlfriend, British TV star Melanie Sykes, earlier this month.

According to The Sun newspaper, Olly's profile on the app - which is reserved for use by those who have been approved by a panel of judges and have a large social media following - features a black and white profile picture of the hunky singer, alongside a link to his Twitter profile.

It comes after it was reported last month that the 33-year-old singer had been dating 47-year-old television presenter Melanie for almost a year after bonding over their love for keeping fit, although their relationship has since fizzled out.

A source said at the time their romance was revealed: ''Mel loves a younger man and really fell for Olly when he got into shape late last year.

''They were initially introduced through a mutual friend. They started texting for ages and some of the messages ended up getting quite saucy.

''They were bonding over her fitness programme. He was a fan of her gym selfies and thought that she had an amazing body.

''Olly was getting in shape at the time and Mel really loved his new fit bod.

''They ended up meeting for a date and have had a whole series of secret dates at his house where she will sometimes stay overnight.''

The pair were claimed to have had a ''real physical attraction'' toward one another, but sources also insisted their romance was ''a bit off and on''.

They added: ''They have both been determined for nobody to find out. It's been a bit off and on and there's a real physical attraction between them.''

Since parting ways with Melanie, Olly has also reportedly enjoyed flirty conversations with fellow British television personality Amber Davies, after they happened to meet at the same restaurant.

An insider shared: ''They started sending each other messages on Instagram after they realised they were both at the same restaurant.''