Axed X Factor singers District3 have said they hope their fame on the show will lead to girls.
Ditrict3 became the latest act to leave the show in last night's X Factor 2012 results, after singing off against rival band Union J.
The judges decided to send District3 home, with Louis Walsh refusing to vote between the two groups.
Speaking to The Sun after their elimination, the boys admitted they couldn't wait to enjoy a night out without the strict rules of the show.
Greg told the newspaper this morning: “We have been in this X Factor bubble for ages and we have never really had the opportunity to go out much.
“We are all single and there was a strict rule that you have to keep it in your pants.
“Obviously, we are keeping focused and professional — this is our career that we have to think about — but don’t get me wrong, anything else is a bonus."
He added: “And if a sexy lady threw herself at us, we would be straight on it.”
Meanwhile the boys defended Christopher Maloney over press claims that he's a diva behind the scenes.
The boys told the tabloid: "Chris goes out every week and puts on a good performance and obviously he is doing something right, as he has never been in the bottom two. He is a lovely guy.”
The group's Dan explained: “We have never had any problems with Chris.
“He has always been so lovely to us. We wish him all the luck in the world.
“We hope he goes far — his work ethic is amazing and he deserves it.”
The X Factor continues with its live shows this weekend with a guilty pleasures theme.
Sunday's results show will feature performances from Alicia Keys and Olly Murs, as well as one more act being given the boot.