Rockin’ Robin: Top Reasons The World Loves GMA’s Robin Roberts
Robin Roberts brings a warm presence to ABC’s Good Morning America as co-anchor with her winning personality, wide smile and bright, almond shaped eyes. For folk who wake up in the morning to a daily dose of Robert’s, they feel a wholesome contentedness, like sipping homemade chicken noodle soup. So when she announced to the world that she was battling MDS (Myelodysplastic Syndrome) and needed a bone marrow transplant, our hearts wretched for her, as if she was a close family member. Her pain was our pain, and we wanted to see her healed and win this battle just as she’d done with breast cancer. In honor of her unwavering perseverance, we count the reasons Roberts holds a place in our hearts.
Robin Roberts embraces her beauty, bald head and all. She wears her close fade like a crown, like a badge of honor that she’s rightfully earned for all she’s been through in life and never seems to think twice about it.
Roberts’ ability to bond with her team of co-anchors at GMA is heartwarming. Viewers see the close-knit crew as a family, and Roberts’ role as glue holding them together. Without her these past few months, the set seemed awkward, as if everyone was waiting with baited breath for her return.
She has a brilliant sense of humor that shines through, and she never hesitates to have fun. Roberts shows us how to live each day as if it’s our last time taking a breath of pure air.
Roberts is a ravishing beauty – tall, stoic, with beautifully bronzed skin. She is not afraid to hit the runway, with or without hair, and oozes confidence that every women should own.
Her effortless way of connecting with people she interviews sets Roberts apart from any other news anchor out there. Whether it’s a celebrity or person from the street, she holds an emotional investment in her interviews – asking questions and commenting with care.
Roberts rubs elbows with celebrities like Steve Harvey and the like, yet her ability to stay grounded makes us love her even more.
She stares fear in the face. Though she had days where she felt weary, she chronicled her journey so that people could see what she went through– good and bad.
Roberts is a selfless individual. She started the V Foundation where folks can donate funds and 100% goes directly to cancer research. In addition, she helped promote Be the Match, an organization that helps match donors to recipients.Source: WENN