Olly Murs is ''excited'' for the next leg of his tour in Nottingham.
Olly Murs is ''excited'' for the next leg of his tour.
The 32-year-old singer is set to take to the stage at Nottingham's Motorpoint Arena on Monday (13.03.17) and Tuesday (14.03.17) evening as part of his UK tour, and the star is eager to perform at the event tonight.
The golden-haired hunk - who was the runner up on the sixth series of 'The X Factor' in 2009 - tweeted: ''Am excited about the next two nights in Nottingham (sic).''
Murs has recently performed at Sheffield, which caused him to hurt his groin after the show.
Speaking about his injury, the vocalist said: ''My groin hurts (sic).''
Despite his injury the star still enjoyed the evening.
He continued: ''But I love you Sheffield wicked night!! (sic).''
The artist is set to move on to his next performance and he has revealed he felt ''emotional'' following the gig in South Yorkshire.
He said: ''See ya soon Sheffield!! Been a great 2 days it's been emotional... (sic).''
Murs has also revealed he had the ''best time'' performing at the First Direct Arena in Leeds.
He previously said: ''If ya happy and you know it wave ya hands Superb show at @fdarena tonight!! Best time! See you guys in the summer (sic).''