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2 May 2013, 12:43
The 'What A Night' trio say it was like hanging out with mates while touring with Olly this year.
Loveable Rogues have high praise for Olly Murs after supporting the 'Troublemaker' singer on his recent UK tour, and say they would love him to join the group as a fourth member.
The UK based trio, who recently scored their first Vodafone Big Top 40 hit with 'What A Night', say no one would ever have a bad word to say about Olly after meeting him.
"It was like a bunch of mates on tour, Olly made us feel so welcome," Loveable Rogues star Eddie Brett told the Daily Star this week. "I used to work in a bar in Essex as a glass collector and we went back there with Olly for a night out.
"You can support an American act and not get near them as they wouldn't have time for you," Sonny Jay explained. "But I think Olly would love to be our fourth member."
Band member Te Qhairo added: "You never hear anyone say a bad word about Olly."
Check out a picture of Olly Murs performing on his UK tour recently:
Olly was recently out in Los Angeles shooting the video for his next single 'Dear Darlin', while he is set to join Robbie Williams on the road in June for his UK stadium tour.
Both Loveable Rogues and Olly Murs are set to perform live at the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013 at Wembley Stadium on 9th June.