It seemed like Anne didn't like the look of one of the green rooms where presenters and guests are hosted.
Anne Robinson has caused the BBC to redecorate their Scottish studios.
Bosses on her quiz show programme 'The Weakest Link' were so concerned the 65-year-old host was unhappy with the facilities on offer at BBC Scotland's Pacific Quay HQ, they have made over the entire building - and even built a VIP make-up room for Anne to use when filming is relocated to Glasgow next week.
A show insider said: "It seemed like Anne didn't like the look of one of the green rooms where presenters and guests are hosted."
It has been reported the sharp-tongued presenter has even been given her own wardrobe room, brand new TV set and a private area for her and her entourage - so she doesn't have to share facilities with the stars of the quiz show 'Eggheads'.
A spokesperson for the BBC confirmed the building was being prepared ahead of Anne's arrival.
He told the Daily Record newspaper: "We have been doing a lot more filming and we need to cater for when shows film at the same time. It's not just Anne, although she'll be the first person to use it."
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