X Factor boys think there aren't enough girls

The 'X Factor' boy contestants complain that there aren't enough girls in the competition, resorting to them "eyeing up" the female researchers

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Nicole Scherzinger at the launch

Nicole Scherzinger

The 'X Factor' boys category think that there aren't enough girls in the competition.

With this year's show being dominated by males and the final four girls consisting of two 16-year-olds, Ella Henderson and Amy Mottram, and two gay women - Jade Ellis, 25, and Lucy Spraggan, 18 - the lads are struggling to contain their testosterone.

Contestant Luke White, 25, said: "The competition is just full of boys", with Scott Richie, 26, adding: "We have been in the 'X Factor' hotel for two weeks and there have been no girls apart from the researchers who we are starting to eye up.

"So any girl we see we are like, 'Ahhhhhh.' "

Hopeful Adam Burridge, 24, even turned his attention to mentor Nicole Scherzinger after she picked him as her wild-card act.

He said: "After she called me, I looked to save the number but she had blocked it. I was gutted."

The live shows of 'X Factor' begin on Saturday night (06.10.12).

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