Robin Roberts rejoined Good Morning America on Wednesday, five months after receiving a bone marrow transplant to treat MDS (myelodysplastic syndrome). Roberts, 52, opened the show by saying, “I have been waiting 174 days to say this.
Robin Roberts will be returning to Good Morning America on Thursday, Feb. 20, revealed the show on air this morning. Her return to Good Morning America will mark five months since Roberts had to undergo a bone marrow transplant due to her battle with the rare blood disorder, myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS).
It's been exactly a month since Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts, 51, was admitted to the hospital for a bone marrow transplant to help treat her rare myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), and now she's back home and voicing all kinds of gratitude on Twitter.
Ben Affleck, 40, who went on Good Morning America on Monday to talk about the new film he directed and stars in, Argo, also featuring Bryan Cranston, Alan Arkin, John Goodman, Victor Garber and Tate Donovan, also wanted to put his two cents in about the upcoming nuptials between GMA weatherman Sam Champion and his boyfriend of two years, photographer Rubem Robierb.
Robin Roberts, 51, the co-anchor of Good Morning America with George Stephanopoulos, 51, announced this morning on air that this will be her last week on GMA before she takes a medical leave of absence to undergo treatment for a bone marrow transplant due to suffering from a rare blood and bone-marrow disease, MDS or myelodysplastic syndrome.
Just last year, NBC's Ann Curry, 55, replaced Meredith Vieira, 58, on Today, joining Matt Lauer, 54, in hosting the popular morning talk show, which has consistently held the No. 1 ranking in morning news programs.
President Barack Obama has affirmed his belief that same sex couples should be allowed to wed, according to ABC News, and many celebrities and media personalities have been celebrating the news on Twitter.