“I may be 70 years old, but I’m very young at heart.”
“People can’t believe it when I tell them my age. I think I look great — maybe because I’ve never been married or had kids.”
“I’m loads of fun and bundles of energy. I got to salsa and Zumba classes every week and have loads of friends. I like to think I’d be a real catch.”
“I was never short of offers in my heyday — men saw the outfits I wore on stage and thought I would be easy.”
“But I’ve never really been intimate with a man — just a bit of kissing. I had a sexy stage name and dressed sexy, but that was all for my career.”
“There has never really been any time for me to get a man — I worked so much that sometimes I’d only have one hour’s sleep each night.”
“But now I feel I am ready to give marriage a go — and maybe go to bed with a man. You are never too old for anything — just look at Joan Collins.”
“Just like now, in those day women were throwing themselves at stars. But I’ve always had a very strong work ethic and finding romance always came below getting ahead in my career.”
“I wouldn’t have entertained the idea of sex outside of marriage, and marriage meant giving up on my dreams.”
“But now’s the time — I’m ready to take the plunge for the right bloke. My standards are still very high. I’m hoping to bag a millionaire with tall, dark and handsome good looks.”
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