Olly Murs Grandma Unhappy With Penned Tune About Grandparents Squabbles

Olly Murs has taken offense to one of his songs. The English singer and television presenter does with one that had been written about his grandparents’ quarrels. Actually he removed the tune from his tour as he was thinking about his grandma’s feelings when she would be watching him singing. What he had did was pen an album track the squabbles his grandparents had which mostly ended in the words ending in “I hate yous”, however Eileen had not been too pleased hearing the words.

He tells us:

“I wrote a song on my second album and it’s called I Don’t Love You Too. It’s about two people having an argument – it was about my nan and grandad.

“She‘d be the first to admit that they do argue. She says: ‘I hate you Stan,’ and then she says ‘I don’t mean it.’

“She didn’t like it.”

“I didn’t sing it on tour because I didn’t want her to be upset watching it,” he admits. “I decided to cut that from the set.”

“I get a lot of nans who like me,” he says. “My nan gets very jealous if she sees anyone come up and kiss me. She says, ‘He’s my grandson, not yours’.”

Also about Murs he and his family and his estranged brother,

Olly, 30, insists the family will think of him on Christmas Day.

“We 100% think about him at Christmas. I’m not going to sit here and say we don’t, we do. We honestly do. He’s my

“My mum, dad, nan and grandad are obviously thinking about him – he’s family. And I hope he’s thinking about us. Hopefully in a nice way.

“The door is always open for him to come and see us, and our mum and dad. There’s always been room for a reconciliation.”

Explaining the fallout, he adds: “It was something that was spoiling for a few years before X Factor, and that was the tipping point.

“He’s got a family now, he’s moving on, and I’m sure one day we’ll reconcile. When that happens, I don’t know. It’s up to him really.”

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