The Voice coach Olly Murs, 35, has opened up on his "nasty" hospitalisation last year after doctors thought he had contracted sepsis following on from his knee operation. The Troublemaker singer revealed how he had the operation so he could carry on with touring.
I had to get rushed back into hospital.
Olly, who was runner-up in The X Factor in 2009, has spoken out about the time he was taken to hospital last year.
Speaking to his Instagram followers, Olly explained: "When I had the operation, my left leg had to be straightened and they put a plate in.
"After three months the plate got infected so then I had to get rushed back into hospital, they thought it was sepsis."
The singer added: "They had to open me up again in case the infection spread.
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Olly Murs opens up on nasty hospitalisation last year (Image: Getty/Youtube)
Olly Murs on why he had his knee operation (Image: Getty)
"So it got nasty," the You Don't Know Love singer recalled.
He also admitted how he needed to have the operation to carry on with touring across the country.
Olly continued: "It was so important for me to get my leg done because there wouldn't be shows.
"Obviously with this knee I'm not being able to perform on stage to my best ability for my fans," Olly explained.
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