GAIL Porter’s daughter has banned her from joining Tinder – in case she matches with a killer.
The TV star, 49, said she wanted to sign up to the dating site after struggling to find love since losing her hair to alopecia in 2005.
But she revealed daughter Honey, 17, warned her off over fears she’d hook up with a monster.
Edinburgh-born Gail — divorced from Toploader guitarist Dan Hipgrave — said: “My daughter said to me, ‘Please don’t do Tinder because you are going to get murdered’.
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“She thinks I’ll be the one who ends up on one of these crime documentaries. I said, ‘Is there another one I can go on?’
“She said, ‘There’s hundreds but just don’t go on any of them’. So I watch movies on my own.”
Speaking on the Chattin’ With Z podcast, she added: “It’s difficult because of the way I look and everybody at my age is married.
“Also, I’m a bit scared to go out on my own.
“There was one time a nice guy was chatting to me at a bar. I got nervous and forgot I was bald so went to flick my hair.
“It looked like I had a twitch. He disappeared and never came back.”
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Gail earlier revealed late singer Keith Flint was the love of her life.
The Prodigy frontman, who died last year aged 49, dated Porter between 1999 and 2000.
Gail added things between them “just seemed to work” as “Keith had his issues, like I had my issues”.
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