Olly Murs says he has ‘perfect lips’ for gay sex

The X Factor UK star says ‘I am very comfortable in my sexuality’

Olly Murs says he has ‘perfect lips’ for gay sex
13 May 2012

Singer Olly Murs has revealed his gay friends have told him he has ‘perfect lips’ to perform oral sex on a man.

The X Factor UK star, who was the show’s runner up in 2009, shocked a reporter from the Star Observer in Sydney when he was questioned about his sexuality.

He said: ‘I’m a straight guy and I date women, but I get on really well with gay guys. I’m very comfortable with my sexuality.

‘The weirdest thing for me is when straight guys get really freaked out by gay guys. It’s almost like they’re insecure in their own sexuality. For me, I can be in a room full of gay men and have fun.’

The 27-year-old is not known for being shy around his gay fans. At legendary London club G-A-Y last year, he stripped down to a G-string after losing a bet with owner Jeremy Joseph.

He said: ‘The B-side from one of my first singles was called This One’s For The Girls, so I changed it to This One’s For The Boys when I played at G-A-Y, and they loved it.

‘The funniest thing is, I’m used to hearing high-pitched girl screaming after I play, and when I play to gay crowds it’s more like [drops 10 octaves] “YEAHHHH!”

‘It’s like performing to the cast of the film 300.’

Murs released his number one album In Case You Didn’t Know in 2011. He is currently writing his third record, which will be released later this year.

Watch Olly Murs, and his ‘perfect lips’, sing Heart Skips A Beat here:  

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