Jim Davidson has revealed his four divorces have cost him up to £60 million.
The comic, 64, has been married to his fifth wife, Michelle Cotton, since 2009 and has five children from his previous partners.
Appearing on Piers Morgan's Life Stories, which will air on Saturday, the comedian said he "absolutely" thought it was always the woman's fault for his failed relationships and admitted the four divorces had cost him dearly.
"It's how much money I've spent over the years. I don't know, I'm not sure, getting on to 50, 60 million must have passed through my hands."
Asked how he felt about that, Davidson told Morgan: "Brilliant. Thank God I had it. When I won New Faces I said, 'mum you'll never have to work again as long as you live', and she never did.
"That's alright, surely? She was a lazy cow, my mum."
On his long-lasting relationship with current wife Michelle, he said: "She is a very nice person. She's impatient, she's fiery like me. She's a bear-poker and her mum says, 'well you need that"'.
He added: "I hope I'm with Michelle for the rest of my life, there's no one better I'd want to spend the rest of my life with. Liz Hurley, perhaps?"
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"I won't now have a conversation with a woman in a room without someone else being there," he said.
"I need to protect myself, I've been through the hell. I'm easy to accuse."
He claimed rumours he had once had a cocaine-fuelled "twelvesome" were false, adding: "Actually it was nine and then three turned up later when we were asleep."
Elsewhere in the interview, the comic defended his 1980s West Indian character, Chalky.
The comic adopted a West Indian accent as he defended using a character called Chalky in the 1980s.
He said: “You would not want to do that now as nobody speaks with a West Indian accent. It was all about accents. It was not about black people. It was about watching people.”
Doing the voice, Davidson added: “Have you noticed black guys now don’t talk like that? I don’t know where that accent comes from. It don’t come from no other country does it? This is an accent young black men or even white men like Dappy talk like that.”
Asked how black people took the gag, he said: “I don’t know. I’ve not met them all yet. They are fine. We had Alf Garnett and Love Thy Neighbour. People ended up loving him.”
But an audience member said some people left after he defended Chalky.
Piers Morgan's Life Stories: Jim Davidson airs on Saturday March 10 at 9.50pm