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Olly Murs came to Medway and revealed all his latest news to kmfm

By Rachel Dixon

Olly Murs has been catching up with kmfm as he releases his first new music in two years.

His new album, You Know I Know, sees him team up with the likes of Snoop Dogg, Ed Sheeran and even Shaggy.

He also chatted on kmfm breakfast about new new single Moves which features on the soundtrack for the new Johnny English film.

Olly said: "I felt Snoop was the guy to do this song, there was no one else out there.

"He just brings such a swagger and a coolness to the song, he's an icon."

It turns out Olly can do a pretty impressive impression of Shaggy, who also features on the album, because he used to sing his hit Boombastic when he did karaoke.

For all the ladies interested in a date with Olly he said his top pick is a romantic walk in the park.

Olly said: "I went on a date in the summer, we went to a nice forest and I had bought lots of strawberries, nibbles and champagne.

Olly Murs met kmfm Breakfast's Laura Crockett
Olly Murs met kmfm Breakfast's Laura Crockett
Olly Murs met kmfm Breakfast's Laura Crockett
Olly Murs met kmfm Breakfast's Laura Crockett
Olly Murs visited the kmfm studio in Medway
Olly Murs visited the kmfm studio in Medway

"There was lots of people there, it wasn't creepy or anything. So I do love a nice stroll."

He also revealed he would stay on as a judge in the next series of The Voice UK and he will be filming for the show next week.

The X Factor 2009 runner up said despite announcing he wanted to move to the county whilst performing in Canterbury, his family would never let him leave Essex.

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