Kathie Lee Gifford is open to love again, although it can be challenging with men getting intimidated of her and her late husband, Frank.

Ready For A New Man

In an interview with Natalie Morales and Kit Hoover of Access Live last Wednesday, Gifford spoke freely about getting back into the dating game after the death of her husband, Frank, in 2015.

"Who doesn't want to find love again?" she points out when asked about the possibility of dating again. "I think my probability is less, obviously. Some men are afraid of strong women. I wouldn't be interested in a man like that anyway."

Gifford, 64, adds that the memory of her late husband, who is a beloved New York Giants star and sportscaster, can also put off a number of potential suitors. The Today show host brushes this off, explaining that Frank is a husband and friend to her, not an eight-time Hall of Fame superstar.

The couple was married for almost 30 years, but three years after Frank's death, Gifford is open to the possibility of meeting or loving someone new.

"If that's part of God's will for me, I'm certainly open to it," she allows, although she's not actively looking for love either. "I'm not out at singles bars. I'm not online."

The longtime host also reveals that she went on one date in the past two and a half years, and it did not go well, as the man did not share her faith. Still, Gifford is not losing hope after a single bad experience.

"I'm not deterred," she assures. "I'm open to anybody that has their own teeth."

On Weinstein, Cosby

Gifford also sat down for an interview with Andy Cohen on Sirius XM's Radio Andy, where she talked about two of her longtime friends Harvey Weinstein and Bill Cosby, according to People. Both men have been accused by a long list of women of sexual assault, among other crimes.

While she makes it clear that she does not condone their behavior, especially as a woman who has experienced sexual abuse firsthand, Gifford says that she did reach out to both of them, and she doesn't judge them.

"I don't like what they do, but God knows their hearts and there's hope for them," she explains, adding that she's not a true friend if she bolts at the sign of trouble.

"I'm not saying that that kind of behavior is in any way acceptable. It isn't, and it's horrible, and as a woman who has experienced it, it's awful," she continues. "But can we at least look at each individual case and see it for what it is? And be merciful to people who are sorry for what they've done?"

More than 60 women have come public to accuse Weinstein of sexual harassment and assault, while over 50 have accused Cosby of drugging and/or sexually assaulting them. Both have denied all allegations.