Robbie Williams disses Olly Murs over ‘tablecloth’ outfit and TBF we can see his point

We'll grab a chair then...

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The Voice presenter and all round cheeky chappy Olly Murs has been dissed on Instagram by none other than Robbie Williams and we're chuckling into our sleeves.

Olly posted a pic featuring him with a stunning tropical sunset in the background with the caption, " Look, a competition winner 🤣👍🏻"

Perhaps he's referring to his X Factor days when he shimmied on stage and won everyone over with a rendition of Stevie Wonder's Superstition?

One of the shows' most iconic moments for sure.

In the image the singer is perched on a ledge grinning into camera, wearing a mustard and brown dogtooth print matching shirt and shorts combo.

Very colourful, Olly.

However, megastar Robbie Williams - who is renowned for his tongue -in-cheek sense of humour - left a comment and we're howling, "In a table cloth from the '70s 😂."

Ollie has yet to respond...

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This is Olly's second year as one of the coaches on The Voice.

"I love doing it, and I'm getting paid," he said.

"It’s not about the money for me but obviously we all work to get paid.

“But genuinely if I didn’t enjoy sitting here with Tom, if I didn’t like the people I would not be on the show.”

That's good, then.

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Robbie Williams, X-Factor final, Milan ©Getty


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After winning the show last year, the star did admit he felt the pressure of being a mentor, saying, "Throughout the summer they were ringing me and asked me for advice and I was there for them,”

“I felt the pressure and put my phone down, turned it off to get away from it and, and just go enjoy my family, my friends.”

“It is important for everyone, not just the music industry,” he continued. “We're in a very pressurised industry.”

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