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1 December 2012, 10:36 | Updated: 1 December 2012, 10:40
The 'Heart Skips A Beat' star also says he is aiming to headline his own stadium tour in the future.
Olly Murs has promised an "unbelievable" show when he and Robbie Williams hit the road on the latter's UK stadium tour in summer 2013.
The 'Troublemaker' singer says he hopes to follow in the footsteps of the 'Candy' star in the future and have his own stadium tour, and can't wait to join Robbie on his newly announced UK tour from June next year.
"I'd love to headline stadiums myself one day and fingers crossed I'll get the opportunity," Olly revealed to the Daily Star this week, fresh from the announcement he will join Robbie as the support act on all eight dates.
The 'Heart Skips A Beat' singer says long-time pop star Robbie just advised him to be himself on the tour and promised an "unbelievable" show when they hit the road next June.
"Robbie has just told me to be myself and I'll try to ensure that I warm the crowds up for him to finish the job," Olly explained. "I've known Robbie a while and it's amazing to have someone like him in my corner."
Olly added: "It should be an unbelievable tour."
Check out a picture of Olly Murs at the announcement event for Robbie Williams' new tour earlier this week below (Credit: PA):
Last week Olly released his brand new album 'Right Place Right Time', while his latest single 'Troublemaker' scored its second weekend at number one on the Vodafone Big Top 40 last Sunday.
Olly Murs recently hinted that the album track 'Army Of Two' is looking likely to be the next single lifted from the record.