Live Review: Olly Murs, Anja Nissen

13 August 2015 | 1:40 pm | Deborah Jackson

"Murs is the perfect combination of sexy and cute but also just a little bit naughty."

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What an entertainer! Olly Murs delivered a stadium-worthy performance last night in Sydney's Enmore Theatre for the last show of his Australian tour.

Murs was supported by the gorgeous Anja Nissen, last year's winner of The Voice Australia, a vocal powerhouse from the minute she stepped onto the stage and launched into a rendition of When Love Takes Over.

The busty blonde did a great job of warming up the crowd with a mix of radio hits and original songs, finishing with her new single Triumph, but it was every time she hit a spine-tingling high note that the crowd went wild. As Nissen left the stage the lights came up for a 15-minute interval.

The crowd continued to grow and the buzz in the air was pure excitement as the lights dropped again and a four-piece band and two back-up singers teased the crowd before Olly Murs skipped onto the stage and kicked off with Heart Skips A Beat.

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Murs is the perfect combination of sexy and cute but also just a little bit naughty. His clean-cut look paired with his hip thrusting, grinding and cheeky banter had the crowd laughing and dancing and longing for more.

He moves around the stage and engages the audience like he's been doing it his whole life. During his rendition of Did You Miss Me, he changed the lyrics to, "Sydney did you miss me," which sent the crowd into meltdown.

Right Place Right Time was another crowd favourite, as was Up, during which he was joined by Nissen, ably filling the shoes of Demi Lovato. Other favourites included his new single, Never Been Better, and Hand On Heart, where he changed the lyric to "hand on butt", grabbing his own butt before running off the stage.

All in all it was a great performance from an artist who is truly at the top of his game right now.