Here's Elton John wearing an interesting earring at an event in London the other day (left) -- and "Weakest Link" host Anne Robinson back in 2001 (right).One of them is a Sir.We're just sayin'. READ MORE >
Anne Josephine Robinson (born 26 September 1944) is an English television presenter and former journalist, known for her assertive views and acerbic style of presenting. She was one of the presenters on the long-running British consumer affairs series, Watchdog, from 1993 to 2001 before returning in 2009, and has gained notoriety as the hostess of the BBC television game show The Weakest Link which has earned her the nickname "Queen of Mean". Born in Crosby, (then Lancashire, now Merseyside), near Liverpool, Anne Robinson is of Irish descent. Her father was a school teacher, while her mother Anne Josephine Robinson (née Wilson), was a successful agricultural businesswoman from Ireland, where she was the manager of a market stall. When she came to England she married into her husband's family of wholesale chicken dealers, and sold rationed rabbit after World War II.