Olly Murs treats fans to a naked dance to fulfil promise after victory on The Voice

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A jubilant Olly Murs treated fans to a naked dance after he coached Blessing Chitapa to victory on The Voice.

The former X Factor star scooped successive wins as a coach on the ITV talent show when Chitapa won the series on Saturday night (14 November).

Murs stripped naked and posed in one of the shows famous spinning chairs after steering Molly Hocking to Victory in 2019 and had vowed to go one step further would he prove successful in 2020.

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The 36-year-old duly posted a video to social media, leaving little to the imagination.

The clip shows Murs appearing naked on screen with just a towel - which he then drops with just a floating gold medal to protect his privacy. He then does a little victory dance to show his delight.

Girlfriend Amelia Tank was behind the camera on filming duties.

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 31: Olly Murs attends McDonald's I'm Lovin' It Live at The Printworks on October 31, 2020 in London, England. (Photo by Dave J Hogan/Getty Images)
Olly Murs attends McDonald's I'm Lovin' It Live at The Printworks on October 31, 2020 in London, England. (Photo by Dave J Hogan/Getty Images)

Murs told The Mirror: “She’s like: ‘Do you REALLY need to be doing this?’” laughs Olly. “It’s a winner’s dance - I won! It’s funny.

“I do it to entertain people, hopefully they find it funny. I said I’d do it, so I have to go through with it.”

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Murs was himself a contestant on a popular singing talent show, finishing runner up to Joe McElderry in the 2009 series of X Factor.

He added: “I show them how to win a show, but I didn’t even win the show. I suppose I give them the tools they need to win, which I’ve learnt over the years.”

Zimbabwe-born Winner Chitapa, who lives in Dudley in the West Midlands, sang Robbie Williams hit Angels and James Bay’s Hold Back The River in the final.

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She said on the show: “It has been an honour and my privilege and it has been unforgettable.”

The 18-year-old went on to describe herself as “so happy to have sung on this stage”.

Chitapa also addressed the win on Twitter, saying: “I meeeaannn it’s not like I just won the voice uk 2020 or whatever... little me from Zimbabwe did it man !! Twitter yall are showing love fr.”

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