OLLY Murs first came to national attention on The X Factor and since then his career has gone from strength to strength.
The cheeky charmer has become a known face for presenting.
We take a look at his love, life and career so far...
He was born Oliver Stanley Murs, 33, on May 14, 1984, in Witham, Essex, to Vicky-Lynn and Pete Murs.
He has a twin brother named Ben and a sister called Fay.
He was educated in Braintree and played for the school football team and then played semi-professionally for Witham Town from 2006 to 2008, but an injury forced him to give up on his football career.
In 2009, he sang Stevie Wonder’s Superstition in his audition, which wowed the judges – Simon Cowell, Dannii Minogue, Louis Walsh and Cheryl Cole.He had previously tried to make it on the show twice but failed to get through to the audition stage.He progressed to the final during which he duetted with his idol Robbie Williams – who fluffed his lines as he came on stage but recovered with Olly’s help.He lost the coveted X Factor crown to Joe Mc Elderry but signed a joint contract with Epic Records and Syco Music and released his debut single Please Don’t Let Me Go in August 2010. Olly has gone on to record and release four more albums, all of which have gone platinum and straight to the top of the album chart.He also had eight top ten singles, four of which were number one.Olly has also turned his hand to presenting, which was kick-started when he sat in for Comedy Dave Vitty on the Chris Moyles Show on Radio 1 for a week.