Bit.ly - Click to Subscribe! Facebook.com - Become a Fan! Twitter.com - Follow Us! Big news guys --- UK popstar Olly Murs is finally making his US debut!! Olly is teaming up with Columbia records to announce a December 4th release for his debut album, "Right Place, Right Time." For those of you who aren't familiar --- Olly got his big break after his memorable 2009 audition on the UK version of The X Factor that inspired Simon Cowell to award what the tough critic himself called QUOTE "the easiest yes I've ever given." And while Olly may not be a household name here in the US just yet, the 28-year old musician has already achieved remarkable international success ---boasting 2 double platinum albums and three #1 singles in the UK! Not to mention he ALSO joined the guys of that one band you guys may have heard of --- One Direction --- on their sold-out US tour this past summer. So get ready guys --- in addition to his top 40 hit "Heart Skips a Beat" featuring Chiddy Bang, Olly's US album will also be featuring the upcoming pop anthem "Troublemaker" featuring the one and only Flo Rida! We are SO excited about Olly's US takeover and can't wait to hear the whole album! Make sure you pick up "Right Place, Right Time" when it drops December 4th and if you need some Olly to tide you over in the mean time you can check him out when he performs on ABC's Good Morning America on Friday, September 28 th! I'm Joslyn Davis in Hollywood, thanks for tuning into ClevverTV! Hosted by ...
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