GMA co-host Robin Roberts announced on the show this morning that she has been diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome. Roberts explained that she will begin chemotherapy for MDS, a disease of the blood and bone marrow, today. She was diagnosed with the rare disease on the same day as the much-scrutinized Obama same-sex marriage interview.
The Nicki Minajes and the Khloe Kardashians the world over understand that the occasional slip of the nipple on live television is an occupational hazard. It happens! In fact, it seems to happen so often these days that no one cares that much when it does. But that doesn't mean ABC is cool with what happened on Good Morning America earlier today. The network issued a statement apologizing to Minaj and viewers for the offending nipple.
Recently vindicated kidnap, rape and torture victim Elizabeth Smart has taken a job at ABC News, according to The Daily Beast, where she'll be a regular contributor to Good Morning America, and possibly other properties. But her own nine-month child abduction nightmare is behind her, an ABC spokesperson assures; this is all about Smart focusing on new child abduction nightmares.
Lady Gaga kicked off Good Morning America's Summer Concert Series today before a record crowd in Central Park. The spectacle wasn't without its technical difficulties, though, as Gaga failed to appear on stage until near the end of her opening number due to a stubborn zip-line.
Chris Brown appeared on Good Morning America to promote his new album and flew into a violent rage backstage after his interview with Robin Roberts. In the clip below, Brown becomes visibly agitated about the questions regarding Rihanna.
"Friday" singer Rebecca Black finally broke her legendary silence during an interview with Andrea Channing on today's GMA. Uh, Ms. Channing? Do you really think repeating mean Internet comments to a 13-year-old's face is a productive argument against cyber bullying?