Anne Robinson waded into the ageism and sexism row at the BBC. The sexy cougar was back to her dominatrix best and has revealed that she and co-presenter Alastair Campbell were an item. Anne and Alastair have been presenting a new television programme show which is a kind of desert island discs but with books.
She revealed that she fell for Alastair when he said that his favourite book was Madame Bovary. She said, "I'd always thought he was a brash New Labour type. I didn't realise he had a poetic soul.
Apparently Alastair romanced Anne by taking her to see his pals at Canary Wharf who were able to advise her how to juggle her assets.
Anne who is a svelte size 8 realised that she hardly ever ate and instead preferred a workout in the bedroom with a handsome young swain.
The veteran "Weakest Link" presenter has a reputation for not taking any "s**t" and was said to be furious about the Miriam O'Reilley sexism case. She said,"I have never allowed any man to get the better of me. Men who 'come on' to women and insult them invariably have smaller willies. No man would dare to insult me and treat me like a bit of fluff".
However, I think the lady protest too much as it is well documented that the feisty star has had numerous face-lifts to make herself appear youthful.
Anne concluded that sexism and ageism have always existed in the workplace; it is how the woman deals with it which is important. She commented, "I am no spring chicken but I still find younger men hitting on me. A lot of men find a powerful, successful woman a real aphrodisiac.
The lady is determined not to turn into a "wrinkly" and she has numerous beauty appointments in the last week. i have found the 'fountain of life' she commented but like the coca-cola formula it will remain a dark secret.