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All female pop-rock band Haim looked their usual glamorous, long-locked selves as they posed for photos outside Carnegie Hall in New York for the 2014 Glamour Women of the Year Awards.
The 53 year-old television broadcaster received a large amount of criticism for keeping her 10-year relationship with a female partner a secret until last December (2013).
The 53 year-old television broadcaster came out, in Facebook post, when thanking a list of people who helped during her treatment for breast cancer and when undergoing a bone marrow transplant.
Roberts acknowledged a women by the name of Amber as her girlfriend, who is a massage therapist from the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Robin Roberts claims, "I have never been happier or healthier than I am right now," after publically acknowledging her long-term relationship with another women.
Robin Roberts recently revealed that she is in a long-term relationship with another women called Amber Laign.
The 'Good Morning America' anchor publically acknowledged her relationship, for the first time, in an emotional Facebook message, thanking her family and friends for their support during her illness.
Roberts was diagnosed and treated for breast cancer which began in September 2012, and also underwent a bone marrow transplant.
Roberts went public in the best way - with as little fuss as possible.
Not only did Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts return to work after recovering from a bone marrow transplant this year, she also announced that she’s gay and in a loving relationship. Another notch on the list for 2013 then. Roberts acknowledged "the news" in a facebook post, although as it turns out, it was only news to viewers. The relationship has been a public secret around ABC Studios for years.
Roberts returned to GMA in February after a bone marrow transplant.
"We love Robin and Amber, who we adore and have all known for a long time," said one executive. "We were touched by her Facebook message today and so thankful for the loving support she has in her life."
Continue reading: Good Morning America's Robin Roberts Came Out, It Was No Big Deal
The ABC anchor publicly acknowledged her homosexuality in a year-end FaceBook post toasting the last twelve months
Robin Roberts has endured a 2013 fraught with some major health concerns, managing to reach the end of the year even when the odds seemed stacked so high against her. In an end of year FaceBook post reflecting on the turbulent last twelve months, Roberts counted her blessings and thanked those who had helped her reach the end of 2013, included her girlfriend of nearly 10 years.
Roberts has never before divulged information about her sexuality
The FaceBook post was the first public acknowledgement from Roberts that she is in fact a homosexual, as she thanked her "entire family, my long time girlfriend, Amber, and friends" in the post. Robin and Amber Laign have managed to keep their relation a secret for almost a decade, but the FaceBook post was the first time Roberts has publicly revealed she is a lesbian and that she is in a longtime relationship. The past few years have been particularly though for Roberts too, but the pair have managed to hold together despite the various troubles they have encountered.
Continue reading: 'GMA' Host Robin Roberts Reveals She Is A Lesbian
Robin Roberts publically acknowledges she is a lesbian, for the first time ever, in a heartfelt message thanking family for their support this past year: "I am grateful for my entire family, my long time girlfriend, Amber."
'Good Morning America' host Robin Roberts addressed her fans to thank them in a pre-New Year's message.
The cancer survivor thanked her family and loved ones for finishing the year in good health, and also mentioned her longtime girlfriend Amber Laign.
This was the first time ever that Roberts has publically acknowledged she is a lesbian.
After 13 long years of "retirement," Brooks will finally go on another world tour.
Good news for all you country fans out there – Garth Brooks has finally announced his 2014 world tour. During his recent round of media appearances, Brooks has been keeping mum about a follow-up tour to Blame It All on My Roots: Five Decades of Influences, the album he’s currently promoting. He finally let the news slip during a chat with Robin Roberts on Good Morning America.
Garth broke the news a little earlier than planned.
Apparently the announcement was completely unplanned, so there are no specific dates out yet, but the Friends in Low Places singer did say that after getting permission from his three daughters and wife Trisha Yearwood, he was excited to finally get back on the road.
Kristin Chenoweth impressed with her gown at the Oscars 2013
Kristin Chenoweth is herself leading the fashion-field at the Oscars in Los Angeles, rocking a dazzling sparkly gown while helming ABC's coverage of the biggest night on the movie calendar. Chenoweth gushed about her fellow celebrities' fashion choices on the red-carpet, though she herself won high praise on Twitter for her eye-catching gown.
"J. Law's dress is spectac, but I may like Kristin Chenoweth's best. I like the black frothiness...and her cute topknot," said one fan on the micro-blogging site. Another said: "Just realised Kristen Chenoweth has Tinkerbelle hair. I love it a bit more now. And the sparkly dress is awesome." Another user somewhat meanly suggested, "Adele looks like an ogre next to Kristen Chenoweth! Looks good in that sparkly dress though!" Though her gown won plenty of acclaim, Chenoweth's interviewing techniques left plenty to be desired. "Amanda seyfried [with] Kristin Chenoweth: Holy hell was that interview a trainwreck. #oscars," one viewer tweeted, while another said, "Honestly, what is with Kristin Chenoweth? I have a headache just from watching." Chenoweth was joined by Lara Spencer, Kelly Rowland and the returning Robin Roberts as part of ABC's coverage of the evening.
Robin Roberts made a return to Good Morning America, after five months of absence, after receiving treatment for MDS.
"I have been waiting 174 days to say this: 'Good Morning America!'" GMA host Robin Roberts said on her return to the show.
Roberts, who has been absent for five months to the day, took an unplanned hiatus for health reasons. The 52 year-old anchor had to undergo a bone marrow transplant to treat her advancing myelodysplastic syndrome or MDS, a rare blood disorder. During her treatment and recovery, there were numerous points when Roberts was hoping to get back to the job, but was never given that ok from the doctors, until now. "I keep pinching myself and I realize that this is real. This is really happening," she said, according to The New York Post. "Faith, family and friends have brought me to this moment and I am so full of gratitude."
As usual, Robin opened the show from the familiar Times Square studio, this time for a supporting audience of family, friends and fans, as well as the doctors and nurses who helped her on the road to recovery. In a brief speech upon her return, the anchor thanked everyone for their help and support during the five months and added: "As my mother said, ‘We all have something.’ Everyone’s story has purpose and meaning and value and I share this morning, this day of celebration, with everyone."
Continue reading: Good Morning America Welcomes Back Robin Roberts
Fans of Good Morning America could well be waiting until mid 2013 for the return of their beloved host Robin Roberts.
Roberts recently underwent major hospital treatment for bone marrow transplant after she was diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome. The disease attacks the blood and bone marrow and even though she’s on track to recovery, her immune system is still weakened, meaning that an early return to work could turn out to be hugely problematic for her health.
According to TMZ, it’s looking as though Roberts will be unable to return to the show until May 2013 at the earliest and June is looking a more likely prospect. Several sources connected to Good Morning America told the news site that doctors are “pleased with her progress and say she’s right on schedule.” That’s good news for Roberts, but still frustrating for the TV presenter, who is said to realize that the rest is necessary, though it sounds as if she’s itching to get back to work.