Olly Murs has opened up about his hotly anticipated new autobiography Happy Days.
The 'Troublemaker' singer has admitted the new read is not actually an autobiography and is mostly centred around his life post X Factor.
"It's interesting to write a book, I've been asked to do one for three years," he told BBC Breakfast.
"With the success I've had, it has been nice to explain it in my own words. It's not really an autobiography, it's the last five years. The first few were a bit boring!"
"It's about how The X Factor has changed my life," he continued to explained.
The 28-year-old's new tell-all book covers the high and low points of his whirlwind life, including a low ebb he suffered at the end of last year - where he admits he failed to recognise who he had become after losing his vibrant personality.
"At the end of last year, I was really anxious and felt under pressure, I'd just started Xtra Factor," he explained.
"I was very conscious because I had my album coming out as well. I was worried people would see me as presenter instead of a singer.
"My head was all over the place, I had a really low point. I felt like I lost my personality for a month, I was being grumpy and moody," the singer is quoted as saying by Digital Spy.
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