Celebrities welcome Robin Roberts back to ‘Good Morning America’ on Twitter
You know you are special when the president and the first lady of the United States publicly welcome you back to work.
Robin Roberts, the universally beloved co-host of “Good Morning America,” has endured two traumatic medical maladies and has astounded observers with her comebacks from both. A few years ago, Roberts beat breast cancer, only to learn last year that she needed a bone marrow transplant.
Roberts’ grace and faith in the face of such adversities inspired millions around the country. The former ESPN sports anchor and proud daughter of a Tuskegee Airmen was already one of the major reasons “GMA” has overtaken — and now trouncing — its morning news rival, “Today,” in the ratings. This mind-boggling set of medical setbacks, and her brave fight to overcome them both have only endeared her to her fans even more.
Here are a plethora of A-list celebrities who welcomed Roberts back to “Good Morning America” on Twitter.