March 22, 2020
GMA anchor Robin Roberts recently shared a beautiful moment with her fans. She got real in a new video where she asked them to ponder on a thoughtful question.
Robin Roberts is counting her blessings, and she doesn't mind fans joining in. She is grateful for the things she holds dear. The TV anchor took Thursday out to give thanks.
In her new Instagram post, Roberts posted a video clip of her and her crew members having their morning prayer in the dressing room. After the prayers were said, she faced the camera and threw out a thoughtful question for fans. She wrote in her caption:
"You know what day it is, so you know what's coming next…#Glamfam, and I'll love to hear what you are most grateful for…"
In the clip, the TV personality had words of encouragement for fans while she informed them that her show would be taking a short break so that she and her crew members would have time to spend with their loved ones. She addressed fans saying:
"Don't let fear keep you from your destiny."
Recent news got NFL fans shocked about the exit of superstar football player Tom Brady from the New England Patriots. Robin Roberts was not left out as she couldn't hide her surprise.
TMZ reports that the acclaimed host had learned the shocking news from them and couldn't hide her startled expression. It is safe to say that Roberts's expression is valid.
Still, on safety, the network banned its hosts, Michael Strahan and Robin Roberts, from having physical contact with fans.
Tom Brady, who is a longtime team member of the Patriots, is ready to bid his team goodbye. He has obtained a free agent status and did not sign up for another contract with the team.
Besides having a history with the club, Brady got dubbed the "greatest quarterback of all times" due to his exceptional winnings, which tremendously helped The Patriots.
More than her worry about Tom Brady's shocking news is Robin's concern about the ongoing world pandemic with the Coronavirus. Just like many live audience shows across the country, ABC has banned the appearance of a live audience on GMA.
Still, on safety, the network banned its hosts, Michael Strahan and Robin Roberts, from having physical contact with fans in a crowded place. These physical contact could include hugging or taking selfies.
ABC's office at New York also erected hand sanitizer posts in strategic places in the office premises. Other shows that have taken the no live-audience policy are "The Tamron Hall Show" and "The Wendy Williams Show," among others.