“Good Morning America” co-anchor Robin Roberts took the first steps to be a fully active tv host once again. She returned to the studio for a trial run at ‘Good Morning America’ Thursday morning for what the network is calling “a behind-the-scenes test run” which turned out to be a success.
The 52-year-old television personality hasn’t been on live television since October, when she went on medical leave to undergo a bone marrow transplant as part of her battle with a rare blood disorder. Robin was excited about her returning as much as we are, she shared it on her facebook page: “Felt like the first day of school! First time back in GMA studio since last August.”
“Great to be behind the scenes for a `test drive’. Bright lights did not bother my sensitive skin or eyes. Seeing my work family again did wonders for my soul and spirit. Incredibly blessed and grateful. Onward and upward…XO.”
An insider at the GMA studio added that Roberts even did a bit of reading off the teleprompter. No one was surprised that she did an excellent job even thought she has been missing in action since August last year. We can’t wait to see her live again on ABC’s Good Morning America.