“I’m also glad to give fans who weren’t able to get BIC tickets the chance to see the show – which is spectacular.” The X Factor runner-up is also appearing in Bournemouth on March 28 as part of a 21-date spring arena tour. He has this month secured a fourth consecutive number one album with his latest collection 24 Hrs.
Included in the new album is single Years and Years as well as the popular radio tunes You Don’t Know Love and Grow Up - which was recently performed on the current series of the X Factor.
“I’m not perfect, I know I’m not perfect.” Olly and Francesca ended their relationship in September 2015, after three years together.
The performer then used his heartache to inspire a lot of his new music, including hits Grow Up and I Need You Now.
Programme makers are said to be hoping that the new series, which is thought to be comprised of six or eight episodes, will appeal to a “new generation” of viewers.Other top singles include Dance With Me Tonight, Troublemaker, Heart Skips A Beat and Dear Darlin’.Essex-born Olly, 32, shot to fame on the X Factor in 2009 finishing second to Joe Mc Elderry with Stacey Solomon in third.The ITV show, which was previously hosted by Cilla Black on ITV for two decades, is apparently going to be back on the box by the end of 2017. Other names for the role of presenter have included Olly Murs and former Coronation Street actress Georgia May Foote. winner Vicky Pattison could be taking on hosting duties on the show which will be airing on its new home Channel 5.The singer explained that while the break up inspired a lot of his new music, he has still been finding it tough.“It’s really tough going through a break up you know, we’ve all been through break ups right?Now though he has admitted that the process of writing the album 24 HRS has made him reflect on his own relationship mistakes in the relationship and realise he holds blame for some of the things that went wrong.The former X factor contestant and host has female fans falling at his feet, over 1.7 million followers on Instagram and a long list of celebrity pals to keep him company.Colchester in Essex is Britain's oldest recorded town, with a rich history dating back over 2000 years. Colchester today is a thriving, modern town with great visitor attractions, including the family favourites Colchester Zoo and Colchester Castle, as well as fantastic places to eat, drink and shop.Poised at the gateway to East Anglia with picturesque villages and only minutes away from the coast, the Colchester area is the perfect destination for a well-deserved short break, day trip or family holiday.