'Heart Skips a Beat' hitmaker Olly Murs worries that his fame will come to an end soon.
Olly Murs worries that his fame will soon evaporate.
The 30-year-old star has enjoyed considerable success since appearing on the sixth series of 'The X Factor' in the UK in 2009, but he fears losing fans if he's not constantly releasing music.
The 'Heart Skips a Beat' hitmaker reflected: ''My fans are so loyal but I always worry they will jump ship. Loads of great artists have come back and are not selling records anymore. I know if I'm not at the top of my game there will be a new whippersnapper from X Factor to take my place.
''You have to be worried because it keeps you on top of your game.
''I have to keep going and working hard for success. I understand how fickle the industry is.''
Much of Olly's success has been attributed to his likeable personality, and despite amassing a considerable fortune, he admits he still loves a bargain.
He told the Daily Star Sunday newspaper: ''I love a bargain, who doesn't? If I can get a 'buy one get one free', then of course I'm going to buy it.''
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