09:26 AM EDT 05/09/2013
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Originally posted 05/08/2013 03:15PM
Robin Roberts's fans always worry about her when she's off-screen too long (just check out her Twitter), but the Good Morning America anchor says people needn't be concerned.
"I feel great. I feel the best I've felt in a long time – and I mean that sincerely," Roberts told PEOPLE Monday at the 12th Annual Women Who Care Luncheon benefiting United Cerebral Palsy of New York City.
Roberts, rocking tight black leather pants and spiked heels at the luncheon to celebrate women's accomplishments, took Thursday and Friday off last week on the heels of a brief hospitalization in April. But taking care of herself has worked wonders, she says.
Originally posted 05/02/2013 09:00AM
Looking contrite, humbled and wiser for what happened, Reese Witherspoon addressed her arrest two weeks ago at the top of her interview with Good Morning America on Thursday – calling it "one of those nights."
"We went out to a restaurant in Atlanta, and we had one too many glasses of wine," the Oscar winner and mother of three, 37, said, referring to herself and her husband, agent Jim Toth. After their car, which Toth was driving, was stopped, he was charged with DUI, and she with disorderly conduct.
"We thought we were fine to drive," she said, "and we were absolutely not, and we are so sorry and just so embarrassed." She added, "We know better and we shouldn't have done that."
Originally posted 04/19/2013 04:30PM
"I've never embraced the idea of raising my kid in L.A.," the singer admits
Originally posted 04/18/2013 09:35AM
Robin Roberts hit a bump on her road to recovery last week, but says she's feeling better after a brief hospital stay.
The Good Morning America anchor fell ill while on vacation in Key West, Fla., she told fans in a Facebook post Thursday morning.
"I began not to feel well. Nothing serious, just under the weather," she writes. "I contacted my doctors and flew back to NYC. They felt it best to admit me into the hospital for a few days. Seems my young immune system needed a little boost to fight off 'opportunistic infections.' "
Originally posted 04/04/2013 08:15AM
Leave it to Kevin Ware to look on the bright side after suffering a gruesome and heartbreaking injury during last weekend's Louisville basketball game against Duke.
The Louisville sophomore couldn't believe his eyes when he finally looked down at his leg after falling awkwardly Sunday night.
"I saw the bone six inches out," Ware, 20, told Good Morning America on Thursday. "I didn't feel any pain. It didn't hurt. Honestly, it didn't hurt. It was just scary. It was probably one of the scariest moments in my life."
Originally posted 03/25/2013 07:20AM
While the news is still playing out on the future of NBC's Tonight Show, with Jimmy Fallon set to succeed Jay Leno, now comes the revelation that the network's half-a-billion-dollar-a-year morning franchise, the Today show, nearly lost its No. 1 star: Matt Lauer.
Though currently the show is going through a turbulent period in the aftermath of Ann Curry's departure and its ratings slip to ABC rival Good Morning America, Lauer, 55, was set to jump ship to ABC last year, when reports surfaced that Ryan Seacrest was possibly going to replace him on Today, reports New York magazine, in the issue hitting newsstands Monday.
Originally posted 03/20/2013 10:00AM
It's a match ... but not yet an engagement.
Patti Stanger and her beau, mortgage banker David Krause, appeared on Good Morning America Wednesday, and were asked by host Lara Spencer about reports they are engaged.
"We're not engaged yet," the star of Millionaire Matchmaker, 51, said. "But maybe watch the finale and you'll see something."
However, Stanger is sporting new jewelry: "I have a promise ring," she said on GMA, telling PEOPLE later in an exclusive statement from her rep, "A promise ring to me means a commitment. However, at the same time I have the freedom to take my time to consider marriage."
Originally posted 02/20/2013 07:50AM
A standing ovation from her crew greeted Robin Roberts at the door of the ABC Times Square studio of Good Morning America, even before the sun rose Wednesday – exactly five months after the anchor had a bone marrow transplant to treat myelodysplastic syndrome, or MDS, a rare blood disorder.
Outside, in the street, a crowd of fans had already gathered with placards, banners and even an ebullient fellow from Dallas waving what he called the world's largest wristband, hailing his heroine. It read, "Welcome Back Robin."
Once the show hit the air, Roberts, with her colleagues surrounding her, looked into the camera, broke into a great big smile, and announced: "Hi, it's Robin. I've been waiting 174 days to do this: Good Morning America!"
Originally posted 02/13/2013 07:00AM
In an exclusive interview, Good Morning America's Robin Roberts reveals for the first time that there was a point after her September bone marrow transplant, "where I felt like I was dying."
It was a few days after Roberts, 52, underwent the transplant for a rare blood and bone marrow disorder called myelodysplastic syndrome. "I couldn't eat or drink," she says. "I couldn’t even get out of bed."
Fading in and out of consciousness, Roberts recalls, "I was in a coma-like state. I truly felt I was slipping away … then I kept hearing my name."
Originally posted 02/07/2013 08:10AM
Two more weeks, and her comeback will be complete.
Robin Roberts will return to the Good Morning America anchor desk on Feb. 20, exactly five months after she had a bone marrow transplant to treat myelodysplastic syndrome, or MDS, a rare blood disorder.
Those months have been a struggle for Roberts, 52, but the pain is about to turn to celebration.
"I cannot wait to return to my GMA family," Roberts told ABC News.
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