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16 February 2012, 13:15
The 'Heart Skips A Beat' singer claims organisers want to replicate something similar to his appearance with The Muppets.
Olly Murs has confessed that he is wanting to make his performance at this year's BRIT Awards really memorable.
The 'Dance With Me Tonight' star told the Daily Star that he and the organisers are keen to produce something similar to his X Factor appearance which featured The Muppets.
He revealed: "The BRITs people said they loved the performance I did with The Muppets and they would love to recreate something similar.
"We can’t do that again though. It was a one-off. For me to get The Muppets over on a plane to the UK was incredible. Miss Piggy has gone all diva-ish now though and doesn't return my calls.
"I wanna make it really good so I can look back on it in 20 years' time and think: "Wow'."
As well as his performance, Olly will be looking forward to the possibility of winning the award for Best British Single for 'Heart Skips A Beat'.
The former X Factor star is currently on his UK tour and admitted to Capital that it was great to see his mates JLS and One Direction at his O2 Arena show last week.