Olly Murs has confessed he’s not sure if he wants to front The Xtra Factor again next year.
Despite receiving positive feedback for his hosting skills alongside Caroline Flack on The X Factor‘s ITV2 spin-off show, the singer revealed he may not be returning for a second series.
“It’s going to be sad to leave the show at the weekend but we’ll see what happens next year. I’ve not committed to another year, no one’s spoken to me yet, so we’ll just see what happens,” Olly said.
“I might concentrate on the music, or we might do both again, we’ll see. Depending on the music, we might not do music next year, we’ll just see.”
The Please Don’t Let Me Go singer, who performed at the re-opening of Nando’s Bullring in Birmingham, added: “I’m not sure really. I think it’s been brilliant for me, it really has. It’s showcased my personality and people I think have really enjoyed me, it’s a real positive.
“I don’t think that doing a second show will hamper me in any way, but I just want the music to continue to do well and the fact that it has done very well, it’s given me a lot of positives. So fingers crossed, we’ll see what happens.”
And Olly – whose second album topped the charts this week – insisted he doesn’t know if co-host Caroline and One Direction singer Harry Styles are dating.
“I don’t know the ins and outs of it. Me and Caroline work on a professional level on The X Factor, we just get on really well as mates, I don’t know what’s going on in her private life.”
The former X Factor contestant also said while he enjoyed flirting with his co-presenter, it wouldn’t go any further.
“We’re just really good mates,” he added.