Former X Factor star Olly Murs and TV presenter Melaine Sykes have been dating for a nearly a year - according to new reports. Despite Murs and Sykes insisting that they are "just friends", the source said there is a "real physical attraction" between them.
A source told The Sun that the pair met through a mutual friend and hit it off straight away.
They went on to explain that the showbiz pair had been texting for a while, before it became "saucy". He was a fan of her gym selfies and thought that she had an wonderful body", the insider revealed, adding that the couple "have both been determined for nobody to find out.
Back in April, Mel shared a photo on Instagram showing her posing with Olly backstage, writing alongside: "Not much can get me out on a Saturday night, but this guy has!"
Posting a picture of Olly's track Flaws, she wrote: "Love this track @ollymurs you sound like an angel makes me want to cry x".
He responded 'Awwww thanks babe' and adding a kissing emoji.
While Olly Murs and Melanie Sykes are yet to directly address the reports, the pop star appeared to react to the rumours on Twitter - in a post he has now deleted.
She was arrested and cautioned by police for allegedly assaulting him before they split after seven months. HELLO! Online has contacted Olly's representative for comment. She also shares two sons, Roman and Valentino, with her first hubby, actor Daniel Caltagirone.
With an age gap between them of 13 years, Melanie has always had a soft spot for a younger man, having previously been married to roofing contractor Jack Cockings - who was 16 years younger than herself.
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