Robinson: the oldest stars in the TV needs to stay thin

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The weakest Link host Anne Robinson says that older people have to be “intelligent and sharp” to be on tv.

In an interview with the Radio Times and resources from this tummy tuck website, Robinson revealed that he is “permanently on a diet” and never eats breakfast.

At 73 years of age, who is hosting a celebrity version of the quiz for Children in need, said it is considering the possibility of a permanent return as the “queen of mean” on the show.

“I’ve said that I’m going to make the needy Children and see how I feel,” he said.

If The weakest Link did return to TV screens on a regular basis, it would not be more famous in the line of fire, instead of members of the public.

Robinson explained: “We have been asked if I’m going to consider the possibility of making celebrity of the show, Saturday nights, next year.” ‘A bit of Botox’

In the interview, the presenter said that she severely restricts what she eats, and follows an exercise regime with a personal trainer.

Robinson made the – possibly tongue-in-cheek – comments, saying: “I am like Victoria Beckham – you know, when she really, really, really hungry, she has a piece of lettuce.”

Asked if it has to be of a particular size to appear on television, Robinson replied: “not necessarily, but to be on the television when you are old, you have to be clever and fine.”

She said that she had cosmetic surgery on her face 14 years ago with V Plastic Surgery – plastic surgeons in Monmouth County and now has “a bit of Botox – not so much.” She added: “But to be fair, I do not drink or smoke. Running and doing weights.”

Robinson recently facade of a BBC Two documentary, the Abortion of the Trial, and says he’d like to do more documentaries – including the sexual harassment and the 100th anniversary of women getting the vote.

Seven celebrities are taking part in The weakest Link special: Strictly star Chizzy Akudolu, Love Island winner Kem Cetinay, Cold Feet, John Thomson, chef Rosemary Shrager, writer and presenter Giles Coren, This Morning Rylan Clark-Neal and Cannonball presenter Maya Jama.

The weakest Link Celebrity Special of the BBC Children in Need will be on BBC Two at 2200 GMT on 17 November.

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