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19 August 2013, 09:32 | Updated: 19 August 2013, 09:33
The 'Right Place Right Time' singer says he would want to show the lows as well as the highs on his own show.
Olly Murs has revealed his ambition to have his own reality series in the vein of UK bands like The Wanted and The Saturdays,
Both UK groups have scored huge success in America with shows like The Wanted Life and Chasing The Saturdays, and 'Army Of Two' singer Olly says he is keen to follow in their footsteps.
"I'd obviously love to have my own E! show like The Saturdays and The Wanted," Olly revealed to the Daily Star over the weekend. "But if I did it I'd want it to be as honest as possible.
"I'd want it to show me being upset, depressed, tired, grumpy as well as the highs," he explained. "People have a preconceived idea of the life of a pop star but it usually isn't correct.
"Yes we are incredibly lucky and enjoy a great life but it can be tough too," Olly added.
Check out a picture of Olly Murs performing live on stage below (Credit: Getty):
The UK singer-songwriter recently unveiled the music video for 'Right Place Right Time', the titular track from his recent third studio album.
Olly Murs recently revealed he is set to start work on his next album soon and is eying collaborations with the likes of Calvin Harris, Example and Robbie Williams.