This morning, Robin Roberts marked 10 years on “Good Morning America.” Roberts officially joined “GMA”as newsreader on April 23, 2002, but had been a feature reporter for the show going back to 1995 when she was still a sportscaster at ESPN. In May, 2005 Roberts was promoted to co-anchor.
“Thank you all, but most importantly thank you at home for allowing me to say ‘Good Morning America’ for ten years,” an emotional Roberts said this morning. “What a blessing. Charlie and Diane, to have learned from the absolute best like that. They taught me what family is and that’s what I have here. I’ll be forever gratefully to them and to everyone.”
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