Anne Robinson is 69 years old, but she doesn't look even close to her age. While her cosmetic surgeries and Botox treatments have often been discussed, that's not all she does to stay young-looking.
"My appearance is all down to maintenance," Robinson says. "I run, I have facials, I eat an awful lot of salmon and salad."
And that's not all; Robinson also learned the value of good skin care at an early age. According to Robinson, her mother taught her the importance of proper skin care and a good daily routine very early on - and it's a good thing. Robinson's good looks are most likely what kept her in television for as long as she was.
The TV industry is well-known for being ageist, particularly where women are concerned. While others have decried the practice as unfair, Anne Robinson takes a different attitude about it.
"It's life," she says. "Television is about pretty pictures. If you want to keep your job on telly, lose a stone and get a makeover, it's as simple as that."
Things are even worse in Hollywood where, according to Robinson, audiences are paid to put prettier women up front.
One thing's for sure - if you want to get noticed as a woman in the TV or movie business, you'd better follow the "Queen of Mean" and keep yourself looking good.