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Originally posted 01/04/2014 08:30AM
Several heartwarming – and surprising – stories of love kept the chill of winter at bay for PEOPLE.com readers this week.
Originally posted 12/29/2013 04:50PM
Robin Roberts spent 2013 fighting for her health, and for the first time reveals she had a special person by her side: girlfriend Amber Laign.
Roberts publicly acknowledged a relationship with Laign on Sunday when she referred to her in a year-end Facebook post celebrating her many blessings.
"I am grateful for my entire family, my long time girlfriend, Amber, and friends as we prepare to celebrate a glorious new year together," she wrote.
Originally posted 12/09/2013 02:00PM
It's official. Garth Brooks is hitting the road once again.
In what is certain to delight millions of his music fans, the country superstar, 51, announced his latest world tour in an appearance Monday on Good Morning America.
"Our baby is a senior in high school. We talked about it, all my babies are fine with it. Miss [Trisha] Yearwood is fine with it. So now I get to do what I love to do, which is play music," Brooks told the show's host Robin Roberts of winning his country-star wife and his three daughters' approval for a return to touring.
Originally posted 12/05/2013 12:05PM
Exactly three weeks after her double mastectomy, Amy Robach returned to Good Morning America on Thursday to give thanks and speak candidly about her cancer ordeal.
"I am feeling really good," the 40-year-old mother of two told GMA colleagues Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos and Josh Elliot. "Physically I feel remarkably well. Mentally, it's another challenge."
Robach's breast-cancer diagnosis came after she took an on-air mammogram for the show's October Pink Initiative. The discovery shocked the correspondent, who has no family history of breast cancer.
Originally posted 12/03/2013 11:25AM
If you've ever wondered what Miley Cyrus could possibly have in common with Prince George – aside from a seeming penchant for teddy bears – well … now you have your answer.
Both have made the cut for Barbara Walters's list of the Most Fascinating People of 2013.
Originally posted 11/22/2013 05:30PM
Good Morning America correspondent Amy Robach announced Friday that while her breast cancer prognosis is "good," her doctor found a second, undetected malignancy during surgery last week.
"No MRI, no mammogram, no sonogram had found it," she says in a statement. "My cancer had spread to my sentinel lymph node, but not beyond, so I will have more treatments ahead of me, but none that will take me out of work."
Robach, who still plans to return to the show on Dec. 2, thanked her ABC colleagues.
Originally posted 11/11/2013 07:00PM
Good Morning America correspondent Amy Robach announced Monday morning that she'd been diagnosed with breast cancer after undergoing an on-air mammogram. The news came as a shock to Robach, who is determined to stay strong for her family while also encouraging viewers to get checked.
Originally posted 11/06/2013 08:25PM
Where did this come from?
Typically demure Good Morning America host Robin Roberts – who says she's finally feeling good again following a bone-marrow transplant more than a year ago – stunned on Wednesday night at the 2013 CMA Awards in Nashville, Tenn.
Rocking a sexy black jumpsuit and open-toe heels, Roberts's ensemble created buzz on Twitter, along with commentary by one of the show's pre-cast hosts, Kelly Sutton.
Originally posted 08/28/2013 08:30AM
What a difference a year makes.
As the first anniversary of her bone-marrow transplant approaches on Sept. 20, Robin Roberts is thisclose to being her old self.
Referring to her turbulent yet ultimately triumphant recovery process, the Good Morning America anchor, 52, told PEOPLE, "I'm really at peace now. I'm not as frightened. I feel 90 percent of myself again, and that's a great feeling."
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.
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