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22 February 2012, 09:08
The 'Dance With Me Tonight' singer tells Capital FM that he's sure the star will win BRITs for the next 15 years.
Olly Murs has confessed that he is feeling "gutted" that Adele's acceptance speech at the BRIT Awards 2012 for Best Album was cut short.
The 'Heart Skips A Beat' singer also told Capital FM that it happened due to the nature of TV and tells Adele that she needn't worry as she will be winning awards for the next 15 years.
"I feel for her but then it is a TV show unfortunately. Obviously Damon Albarn was on before with Blur and he obviously went on quite a bit didn't he.
"So when it got to Adele and her speech, I think she wanted to thank a few people that maybe she didn't thank before but unfortunately James is sort of the bad guy and had to cut it short because of the show and that's how it works unfortunately.
"I feel gutted for her but you know, let's be honest, she's going to win BRITs for the next ten to 15 years but she did deserve another couple of minutes."
Olly himself took to the stage at last night's awards at London's O2 Arena for a performance of his BRIT nominated track 'Heart Skips A Beat'.
Meanwhile, the star will continue his UK arena tour which heads into Aberdeen this evening (22nd February).
You can listen to Olly Murs talking to Capital FM's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes backstage at the BRIT Awards 2012 below: