The `Troublemaker` singer`s identical twin Ben - who previously described his famous sibling as a "self-absorbed sell-out" - cut off all contact with him and their parents after Olly dropped out as best man at his wedding in 2010 due to `The X Factor` semi-finals.
Olly is unsure as to what the future holds for him and his brother but he hopes Ben will at least make amends with their mother and father Vicki-Lynn and Peter Murs.
He told the Daily Mail newspaper: "It`s three years since I`ve spoken to [Ben]. It has never been my issue; it`s always been his. He was the one who decided not to speak to me and my family, so it`s his call.
"I am not too sure how we are ever going to be together again, but I feel for my parents. That is the real feud in my eyes. He needs to make amends with them before he makes amends with me."
Although Olly, 28, is a charismatic and upbeat character he revealed how growing up with an interest in performing arts proved difficult when surrounded by such a "macho" environment in Witham, Essex, South East England.
He added: "I was passionate about performing - acting, singing, dancing - but I rarely got the chance to do it.
"I was in that macho football environment where if I went and did dancing and acting and singing, my mates would think I was a bit of a wimp ... My school drama teacher was so upset when I went to college to study sport and didn`t take his subject in my final year."