CAN you believe it's been ten years since Olly Murs first stepped in front of The X Factor judges and won the nation's hearts with his rendition of a Stevie Wonder classic?

A decade on, and the career of everyone's favourite cheeky chappie is going from strength to strength.

His 2019 tour, You Know I Know, follows the release of the album of the same name and boasts a collection of his greatest hits and some catchy new material.

All the crowdpleasers were given a showing, including Troublemaker, Dear Darlin', Dance With Me Tonight, Heart Skips a Beat, Up and You Don't Know Love, while he regales us with anecdotes from the last ten years.

Murs doesn't seem to have aged a day since that first audition – we're shown a clip to remind us, and he also performs that same Stevie Wonder number (Superstition) in a nod to the song that made him famous.

He still behaves a little like an overexcited puppy, but his energy is infectious and it's impossible to sit still throughout this upbeat show.

There are more serious moments, however, when he talks about the mental health issues he suffered at the height of his fame, urging others not to shy away from seeking help, and when he stops the entire show, jumping down from the stage to ensure a young girl being squashed in the crowd is pulled to safety and given water.

Not only a born showman, but also a thoroughly nice guy.