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Olly Murs feels sorry for Adele after Brit Awards cut off

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Olly Murs feels sorry for Adele after Brit Awards cut off

Former X Factor wannabe Olly Murs has revealed how he felt sorry for Brit Award winner Adele, after she was cut off during her second acceptance speech of the night. Olly Murs admitted that he believes that Adele will continue to win many more Brit Awards for the next 15 years or so but added that she still deserved to thank those people she missed the first time around.

Murs explained, "I feel for her but then it is a TV show unfortunately. Obviously Damon Albarn was on before with Blur and he obviously went on quite a bit, didn't he? So when it got to Adele and her speech, I think she wanted to thank a few people that maybe she didn't thank before but unfortunately James is sort of the bad guy and had to cut it short because of the show and that's how it works unfortunately.
 
He added, "I feel gutted for her but you know, let's be honest, she's going to win Brits for the next 10 to 15 years but she did deserve another couple of minutes." Olly Murs performed his number one hit Heart Skips a Beat at the Brit Awards last night, which saw Adele and Ed Sheeran both walk away with two Brit Awards each.
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