It is not easy to fit both his career as an international star from mali and be a good brother. It has the former ‘X Factor’contestant Olly Murs had to be true.

In a new interview with ITV host Lorraine Kelly, he opens up on how he has tried to be reconciled with his brother, who he has not spoken with in ten years.

The two had a falling out, as Olly Murs forgot to show up for his twin brother, Ben Hart, the wedding where he was best man.

When he was asked if he thought the two would find each other again, the answer was hopeful.

– Yes, I hope so because, of course, it would be nice to be friends again.

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He was thinking still very much what happened between the two.

– It’s crazy, every year I think of that now it is even a year, I have been in this here music industry without talking with him. I wrote to him on his birthday, but I think that he has changed the number, but I am sure that we are going to talk Galabet again. Life is too short, he says.

Olly Murs’ brother has in previous interviews accused him of ‘selling out’ and told that their family has been torn in pieces, because Olly Murs chose to participate in ’the X Factor’.

‘It was clear that people like Simon Cowell (judge on the uk’ X Factor’, red.) was more important to him than I was’, he said to the media ‘Mail on Sunday’ back in 2009.

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Although Ben Hart is not in doubt that it was the lack of participation at the wedding, that is the fault of the uvenskabet between the two, as has Olly Murs interpretation.

His wedding was his excuse for cutting me out of his life. He had a relationship with the woman who later became his wife, and I don’t think she ever liked us as a family, he says in the interview with Lorraine Kelly.

He turns too fast, that he himself is far from to find love.

– I will not accept anything that is just ‘OK’. Some people accept a relationship that is just ‘OK’, I don’t, he says.

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