Olly Murs gets himself into trouble with new fiancée Amelia Tank after ... trends now

Olly Murs gets himself into trouble with new fiancée Amelia Tank after ... trends now
Olly Murs gets himself into trouble with new fiancée Amelia Tank after ... trends now

Olly Murs gets himself into trouble with new fiancée Amelia Tank after ... trends now

Olly Murs is about to get himself into trouble with his new fiancée Amelia Tank after revealing wedding details on Friday's upcoming episode of The Graham Norton Show.

The pair got engaged in June this year while on a romantic beach break, after three years of dating.

The singer, 38, has previously said they are planning to tie the knot next summer, a year after their engagement.

Cheeky: Olly Murs is about to get himself into trouble with his new fiancée Amelia Tank after revealing wedding details on Friday's upcoming episode of The Graham Norton Show

Cheeky: Olly Murs is about to get himself into trouble with his new fiancée Amelia Tank after revealing wedding details on Friday's upcoming episode of The Graham Norton Show

But on Friday's episode of the talk show, Olly admits that his new body-builder fiancée would not be happy with him divulging in wedding details. 

Asked if he has set a date for his wedding, he says, 'It will be next summer, around June or July.' 

Referring to his fiancée Amelia Tank, he says, 'She'll kill me for telling you. I have a best man but I haven't told him yet.' 

This comes as Olly, who rose to fame when he finished runner-up on the sixth series of The X Factor in 2009, insists he still experiences 'stigma' in the music industry today because of his reality television past.

Eyes on the future: The singer, 38, has previously said they are planning to tie the knot next summer, a year after their engagement (pictured performing on Friday's show)

Eyes on the future: The singer, 38, has previously said they are planning to tie the knot next summer, a year after their engagement (pictured performing on Friday's show) 

The former talent show contestant, who released his new album Marry Me last week, says he's grateful when other big recording artists praise him for his work as it boosts his confidence. 

He told The Sun: 'The music industry has been good to me but there’s been times when I’ve felt like because I’m from a reality TV show, there’s a bit of stigma around me.

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