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.
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