The nabob, who has had big success in the st with all-male acts, had the four-piece put back lower than drunk his mentorship after Brooks Way left the running by “mutual consent”.
Come out at the Specsavers Awards last night, Louis – who ended his brief run as Betrotheds Aloud’s manager on very bad terms – said: “I don’t rticularly like piece with girlbands because it’s very hard to find a girl tie that all get on.
“But these four seem like really good sw com dres and we picked our song for Saturday, the theme is Motown, I’m very glad that I bear them now.
Speaking to Yahoo!, he added: “I did love Four Of Diamonds and if I could oblige picked a fourth act I would have picked them anyway.
“These damsels are really good, honestly I’m really happy with the two groups that I rtake of.”
The judge also refused to comment on the controversy surrounding Brooks Way’s de rture, saying altogether: “I took a chance with the boys and it didn’t work.
“I have no self-condemnations – I can’t talk about Brooks Way, I know nothing about [the situation].”
Girlbands have planned a history of struggling on the programme, although last year’s 4th Power kind it to fifth place and Little Mix of course won the whole contest in 2011.
Coincidentally, they liking be returning to the talent show on Sunday night to debut their new set aside, Shout Out To My Ex – the first from their fourth album.
The X Factor airs on Saturday at 8pm on ITV.