Olly Murs' Fame Means He Can't Go On Annual Lads' Holiday

2 July 2013, 12:43 | Updated: 2 July 2013, 12:44

The 'Dear Darlin' singer reveals why he can't go on holiday with his friends any more.

Olly Murs has revealed that he is paying the price of fame and will no longer be able to attend his regular lads' holidays.

The 'Dear Darlin' singer said he will no longer be able to go on holiday to popular tourist destinations, such as Magaluf and Zante, as a result of his rapidly growing fame and success since appearing on The X Factor in 2009.

During an interview with The Sun, the Essex singer said: "I can't go to any of those places, which is a shame because I had some good times there. But not now."

With four UK Number ones under his belt, it comes as no surprise that the 'Troublemaker' singer is now being recognised overseas.

Despite this Olly added: "We have a few weekends away planned. And I'm not known everywhere in the world, so as long as I get to a decent place where no one knows me."

It seems that despite the price of fame, Olly will definitely be in need of a well-earned holiday as he has currently been busy supporting Robbie Williams on his massive UK stadium tour.