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Anne Robinson Says She'd 'Never Get Away' With The Weakest Link Putdowns Today

Anne Robinson has said she doesn't think The Weakest Link would get made today as 'everyone would be too worried about the poor contestants' mental health'. The 76-year-old quizmaster was known for her brutal put-downs, which were as integral to the show as the questions, but Robinson admits that in today's world it's unlikely she'd get away with saying some of the things she said.
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Anne Robinson: 'We couldn't make The Weakest Link today'

Anne Robinson doesn't think she would "get away" with her scathing insults on TV today as mental health has become so important. Anne Robinson doesn't think she would "get away" with her scathing insults on TV today. The 76-year-old presenter was famous for the insults she dished out to contestants...
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Pete Burns gives Anne Robinson a taste of her own medicine in viral The Weakest Link clip

TV fans are discussing Anne Robinson’s controversial resurfaced comments made during her time presenting The Weakest Link. After a clip of Robinson making a number of cruel comments towards one contestant – a single mother on benefits – on the popular quiz show, other previous episodes were shared. Among them is one of the rare occasions where a contestant – Pete Burns – managed to give Robinson a taste of her own medicine.The late musician and TV personality was among the stars of a “Headliners” special episode of The Weakest Link in 2008, along with Donal McIntyre and Bianca...
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Anne Robinson made racist remark while filming Celebrity Weakest Link in 2006, claims Vanessa Feltz

Presenter Vanessa Feltz has claimed that Anne Robinson made a racist remark while filming a celebrity Weakest Link special in 2006.Last week, the 76-year-old Robinson was unveiled as the new host of Countdown on Channel 4, replacing the outgoing Nick Hewer.Speaking to The Mirror, Feltz recalled her appearance on the quiz show 15 years ago, alleging that Robinson made the offensive joke about her partner, Anglo-Nigerian singer Ben Ofoedu.Per Feltz’s claims, Robinson supposedly said: “Vanessa Feltz, looking the way you do, how do you think you land all these big black boyfriends?’“I said, ‘I don’t think you will use...
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The Weakest Link Contestant Asks Anne Robinson For Some 'Rumpy-Pumpy'

Remember The Weakest Link? Turns out it was absolutely wild. Watch a contestant ask presenter Anne Robinson for some post-show 'rumpy-pumpy' here:. One of the hallmarks of the gameshow - which ran from 2000 to 2012 - was Robinson's sarcastic mockery, which saw her belittle contestants at any given opportunity between rounds.
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Showing 1 - 3 of 3 articles tagged "Anne Robinson" Has TV's Game Show Landscape Changed Too Much for The Weakest Link?. Just in case last year's Mad About You revival didn't drive home the point, it seems no show is off-limits...
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Anne Robinson to be the new host of Countdown

TV presenter Anne Robinson is to be the new host of Countdown, Channel 4 have confirmed. She will become the game show's first female host in its 39-year history when she replaces Nick Hewer later this year. Robinson, 76, well known for her acerbic wit on BBC quiz show The...
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Anne Robinson unveiled as first female host of Countdown

Anne Robinson has been unveiled as the first female host of Countdown and said she is excited to work with the show’s two other “formidable women”. She will join mathematician Rachel Riley and lexicographer Susie Dent on the Channel 4 daytime show. Her identity was revealed on talk show Steph’s...
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Countdown's new host Anne Robinson promises to make show 'chic'

Anne Robinson has been unveiled as the new face of Countdown, promising to give the show a “chic” makeover with an all-female line-up. Robinson will join Rachel Riley, the programme’s mathematician, and Susie Dent, of Dictionary Corner, when Nick Hewer steps down later this year. She will become the first...
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Anne Robinson revealed as new Countdown host

It has been confirmed that Anne Robinson will be taking over from Nick Hewer as the new presenter of the hugely popular daytime show, Countdown. The exciting news was confirmed on Steph's Packed Lunch, and marks Anne as the sixth host and the first women to ever head up the show.