TV legend Terry Wogan has said female TV presenters shouldn’t complain about not getting work later in their careers because they used their good looks land roles when they were young.
The British broadcasting icon waded into the sexism on television row, saying women use their ‘glamour’ to make a name for themselves when starting out in the industry.
He said that females who complain when the work dries up later should remember why they were given presenting jobs in the past, describing broadcasting as a ‘visual medium’.
I you get hired for being totty then it’s a bit off to complain that you’re fired when you’re no longer totty.
We’re not being bombarded with complaints from fit and athletic men that they have to leave the Premiership when they’re no longer fit and athletic, are we?