& # 39; I am a happily married man! & # 39; The sale of the Tony Barber from the century, 79, reveals that he constantly had to close romance rumors with his female co-hosts
Tony Barber has revealed that he constantly had to fend off allegations that he was going out with his female colleagues at Sale Of The Century.
The veteran presenter, who read out the popular series in the 1980s, says people always asked who he was dating the game show at that time.
& # 39; The funny thing is that everyone thought or thought that I always had the beautiful hostess or glamorous model, & # 39; told the 79 year old The Daily Telegraph.
Defending Himself: Tony Barber (photo) has revealed that he constantly had to wait for accusations that he was dating his glamorous female colleague in his show Sale Of The Century in the 1980s
He added: & # 39; So they always said, "You'll have a fantastic time, what are you …" and frankly it couldn't be more innocent.
& # 39; I was a happily married man, two daughters – I was a cleanskin. & # 39;
Tony now has seven children and 19 grandchildren and is living in retirement in Flinders, Victoria.
Rumors: The experienced presenter said that people always asked who he was dating the game show. Pictured: Tony with Temptation co-host Barbie Rogers
The English-born star, who moved to Australia with his family in 1947, hosted the short-lived Australian version of Jeopardy! after the sale of the century.
He then enjoyed a stint across the wheel of fortune from Seven Network.
In 2013, Barber became a participant in Dancing With The Stars, where he collaborated with Melanie Hooper and was eliminated in week two.
Awkward: & # 39; The funny thing is that everyone thought or fantasized that I always had the beautiful hostess or glamorous model & # 39 ;, 79-year-old The Daily Telegraph said. Pictured with his wife Kristine
& # 39; I thought, "The physical will be very dangerous for me," but, strangely enough, the body looks good, "Tony said during an interview with APN at that time.
& # 39; It makes no sense to live in the 70, 80 or 90 unless you do something. I put my body where my mouth is, & he added.
Last year the legendary game show, which came first Sale Of The Century from 1980 to 1991, said he was open to returning to the spotlight.
Not impressed: he added: & # 39; So they always said, "You will have a fantastic time, what are you …" and frankly it could not have been more innocent, & # 39; said Tony. Pictured with Sale of the Century co-host Alyce Platt
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