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His tweet sparked fury, with critics accusing the former EDL leader of attempting to justify the attack.One Twitter user wrote: 'Does that make it okay then?It is a revelation that may embarrass her grandchildren.But Anne Robinson has said she wants people to know she enjoys sex, and does not find that it has got 'less interesting' as she has got older.I see girlfriends who were too lonely and have ended up with tossers.'She added that any potential suitor would need to be 'single, solvent, serious and funny'.The so-called Queen of Mean, who was given the nickname for her stern on-screen demeanour, is about to bring back the much-loved quiz show for a celebrity special.
She also was a two-year relationship with Jack Huston.
She said that the 'fragility of women' nowadays makes them less able to cope with sexual harassment, whereas women in the 1970s had a 'more robust attitude to men behaving badly'.
And she could find herself in hot water again, after appearing to make light of the allegations against Weinstein, when telling Radio Times: 'I'm quietly upset because [Weinstein] only tried to buy Weakest Link – he never tried to deal with my body.'Four women have made rape allegations against Weinstein, while dozens more, including Gwyneth Paltrow and Cara Delevingne, have accused him of sexual harassment.
The 73-year-old said she has 'always enjoyed' that side of life, but hinted that her busy work schedule means she sometimes struggles to find the time.
The TV presenter was speaking in response Dame Judi Dench's comments in September in which the 82-year-old said she 'still feels desire'. I've always enjoyed it and I've never felt that getting older has made it less interesting.'The twice-divorced presenter has been open about her desire to find a partner, and joined the popular dating app Tinder in August – though she quit soon after finding it 'desperate'. Not as lonely as I've been in marriage but I don't think living on your own is a natural state.'The trouble is that I'm not lonely enough to settle for a second-rate partner.