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Competition: Win a signed Olly Murs album and poster

We have signed copies of Olly Murs’ new album to give away to some lucky So So Gay readers, including signed posters. Simply complete the form to enter.

It’s been proven on more than one occasion that being a runner-up rather than the actual winner of a talent show can work in your favour. Case in point is X Factor 2009 runner-up, Olly Murs.

November 26 will see the cheeky Essex lad release his third studio album, Right Place Right Time, (which will include latest single, ‘Troublemaker‘) through Epic/Syco. Rather impressively, he’s already notched up three number one singles, his last album reached triple platinum status in the UK, not to mention a sold-out arena tour.

Talking about his new album, Olly said, ‘Right Place Right Time as a title sums up my career to this point. I’ve worked hard in everything I’ve done, doing what’s felt right, and everything has fit into place. It sums up the sentiment for this whole album’. To further cement his status as one of the UK’s leading pop stars, Olly will also be starting a second UK arena tour on 26 February 2013.

We have exciting news for our lovely readers; we at So So Gay have five copies of the album and matching poster, all signed by Olly Murs himself up for grabs. If you’d like to be in with a chance, simply fill out the form below by 11:59pm on 25 November and you could find yourself a winner.

In case you don’t win, you can buy your own copy of Right Place Right Time from iTunes.



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