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Originally posted 04/16/2014 08:00AM
After facing cancer twice, Robin Roberts is not only still standing, she's stronger than ever.
Originally posted 04/15/2014 06:00PM
Now that it's official, Robin Roberts admits she couldn't be happier that Michael Strahan will be joining the Good Morning America family.
"Talk about somebody who's the real deal," she tells PEOPLE exclusively.
"He's pure talent," Roberts says of Strahan, who'll be coming aboard the broadcast a few times a week while still continuing to serve as co-host of Live! With Kelly and Michael.
Originally posted 04/02/2014 12:45PM
Josh Elliott says he did not leave Good Morning America for a higher salary.
"In the end, it had nothing to do with money," Elliott, 42, told PEOPLE in an exclusive statement, speaking for the first time since announcing he is exiting the No. 1 morning show for a job at NBC Sports.
Though the popular news anchor declined to comment on specific figures – a source says ABC offered him $5 million but he asked for $10 million, while another source says Elliott will be paid about $4 million a year by NBC – he said: "There were two great offers on the table, and it certainly was a difficult choice to make. I feel I made the best one."
Originally posted 04/01/2014 10:45PM
Michael Strahan may soon join Good Morning America, he confirmed on Wednesday morning Live! – with some reservations.
Though ABC declined to comment, a source confirms to PEOPLE that ABC News has been talking to the former New York Giants defensive end, 42, for months.
Strahan, speaking to his Live! co-host Kelly Ripa on the air Wednesday, said the news about his joining the top-rated morning show – which he said he found out when he checked his text messages after a screening Tuesday night – was "surprising."
So, pressed Ripa, are you going?
"If I read the papers, I am," he said. "But this is my home," he added, assuring her that when the GMA gig kicks in, he will still costar with her on the 9 a.m. show.
Originally posted 03/31/2014 05:00PM
As Amy Robach takes over as Good Morning America's news anchor with the departure of Josh Elliott, the journalist, who was diagnosed with breast cancer five months ago, has already proven cancer – and chemo – can't keep her down.
Just last week, Robach, 41, completed the sixth of eight chemo treatments, and was back at work the next day. "She has barely missed work," a source tells PEOPLE.
"Amy considers getting up every morning and having something to look forward to a gift," adds the source. "It's a much needed distraction from her treatment."
Originally posted 03/31/2014 12:00PM
Fear not, Chris Evans fans. He's not walking away just yet.
Originally posted 03/31/2014 07:45AM
Man in the news Josh Elliott was not a physical presence on Monday's Good Morning America, but his spirit was there.
After teasing the East Coast storm, L.A. quake and an Arizona student riot, GMA co-anchor George Stephanopoulos announced at the top of the show from behind his desk, "First, a little news of our own."
Originally posted 03/30/2014 08:10PM
Josh Elliott is leaving Good Morning America to join NBC Sports.
Elliott, who was the morning show's news anchor, will be replaced by Amy Robach, ABC announced in a memo obtained by PEOPLE.
Originally posted 02/26/2014 12:00PM
Idina Menzel is set to perform "Let It Go" at the Oscars, and she got the practice of her life Wednesday morning, singing the Frozen showstopper on Good Morning America as part of a massive nationwide sing-along.
After Menzel kicked things off in Times Square, the Broadway star turned the song over to a trio of costumed Frozen fans, clad in full Elsa attire. Soon the entire New York City crowd – anchors George Stephanopoulos, Ginger Zee and Laura Spencer, singing along with hundreds of spectators – got in on the fun.
Originally posted 02/17/2014 09:35AM
Kimberly Fugate and her husband Craig knew they were having triplets after numerous ultrasounds and were getting ready, with their daughter Katelyn, 10, for their family to expand.
They had no idea their expectations would be off – by one.
After three little girls were delivered by Cesarean section at the University of Mississippi Medical Center last week, a fourth identical quadruplet had kept her existence hidden until that moment, reports ABC News.
"They had got the three out and they said, 'More feet,' " Fugate told Good Morning America. "'More feet' ... that's all I heard and I said, 'Nooo!' "
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