The Sun reports that she told them she hopes women of her age are having sex - divulging that her bedroom antics 'keep me young'.Looking for love: She's known for her scathing put downs on her former BBC quiz show The Weakest Link.
Anne Robinson has revealed she quit Tinder an hour after getting the dating app - which she branded 'desperate'.
The 72-year-old complained that the potential matches on the app offered 'slim pickings' and added that she doesn't want to date a 'bald man with a moustache'.
But Anne Robinson seems to be going soft in her golden years, as she has opened up about looking for love'I don’t have a partner at the moment, I’ve had two husbands and they’re lovely. Anne had her first foray into the world of online dating when she set up a Tinder profile on Monday night's BBC documentary Britain’s Relationship Secrets.
She was quick to dismiss anyone holding an alcoholic beverage in their profile photo, given that Anne has had a well-documented battle with alcohol and is now teetotal.
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Before Amal Alamuddin came out of nowhere and kidnapped George Clooney’s heart, I, along with the rest of the world, heard talk of how he’d never get married again. The water is warm, so it’s not like I feel nervous about dating after an 11-year hiatus.It’s just that, regardless of what anyone says, dating inevitably leads to a relationship and I find myself paralyzed when it comes to the idea of being in another relationship.The whole notion of negotiating the living of life with another human being sounds exhausting, especially when limping out the failed negotiation of my marriage.Does anyone over 35 really just date for fun’s sake? Especially when it’s so easy to buy my own beer, burritos, and Netflix subscription.What I’m saying is who are all you people having fun on random dates?Of one profile, she said: 'This is Gary who’s a freelance actor, I don’t think that would bring in a big income.'She happily investigated a gentleman working in finance, however: 'Quick, I want to go back to the 60-year-old who’s got a job in banking.'She added: 'I just want a Tinder that’s CEOs and upwards.'Anne was married to her first husband Charles Wilson from 1968 until 1973, with whom she had daughter Emma.