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"Good Morning America" co-host ROBIN ROBERTS, who returned to work less than two weeks ago after undergoing surgery for breast cancer, reveals to the Associated Press that her prognosis is "quite good" and that the cancer is out of her body and "the plan now is to keep it out."
Roberts, 46, says it will be several weeks more before undergoing any more treatment, which may mean chemotherapy.
"Good Morning America" Entertainment Editor JOEL SIEGEL died Friday afternoon in New York. He was 63. His death came after a long battle with colon cancer.
Siegel, who had family and friends by his bedside, including his wife, ENA SWANSEA, and his young son DYLAN, had worked until two weeks prior to his passing. He was known in the industry for his good humor, even as he gave honest yet sometimes piercing reviews.
CLAY AIKEN made an appearance on "Good Morning America" Thursday to promote UNICEF's public awareness campaign for Child Survival 2007, and the "American Idol" runner-up also revealed which former contestant gets his vote!
"I'm jealous," Clay lightheartedly replied when asked about JENNIFER HUDSON. "There was a point I was considered the most successful 'Idol' loser, but now I'm not anymore. I saw the movie ['Dreamgirls'] and she deserves the Academy Award," he added. "Now I'm going to be in second place again."
STEVE IRWIN's widow, TERRI, and their daughter, BINDI, appeared on "Good Morning America" on Friday to talk about how they're coping since the Australian TV personality and conservationist's tragic death three months ago.
"We're doing pretty good," Terri says. "We're battling. It's one day at a time, but we're still a family. Sometimes you wonder how you're going to get through, and in others you find a reason to be inspired again. I'm very lucky to have so much love and support, particularly from the U.S."
After almost three months since his very public arrest for DUI, MEL GIBSON finally breaks his silence and tells his side of the story to DIANE SAWYER. We have a sneak peek at the compelling interview.
It was around 2 a.m. on July 28 that Gibson was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, CA, and in the two-part chat, set to air on "Good Morning America" on Thursday and Friday of this week, the 50-year-old Oscar winner opens up about the headline-making anti-Semitic tirade he made when he was pulled over for going a reported 85 mph.
The new season of ABC's surprise-hit show, "Dancing with the Stars," returns to television on September 12. Today, ET was with "Dancing" season two contestant LISA RINNA as she announced the all-new contestants on "Good Morning America"!
This year's "Stars" include Lisa's hunky hubby, HARRY HAMLIN, as well as TV talkers JERRY SPRINGER and TUCKER CARLSON, "Kill Bill" actress VIVICA A. FOX, actor JOE LAWRENCE, football Hall of Famer EMMITT SMITH, "Meet the Barkers" star SHANNA MOAKLER, actor and former "Saved by the Bell" cutie MARIO LOPEZ, sultry pop singer WILLA FORD, "High School Musical" star MONIQUE COLEMAN, and country music star SARA EVANS.
CHARLES GIBSON said goodbye to "Good Morning America" Wednesday after nearly 19 years as co-anchor of the popular ABC program.
The fond farewell -- which had a block party theme -- did not only mark Gibson's departure from the show, but also served as a way of celebrating his new assignment as anchor of ABC's "World News Tonight."
Known for her deliriously infectious tunes, over-the-top ensembles and wild romance with Russell Brand, Katy Perry is this season's hottest item! And after her chart-topping summer filled with campy concerts, this brunette bombshell just can't be stopped!
Famous for her funky fashion sense and tongue-in-cheek get-ups, take a look at the sexy lady's high octane style!