Katie Couric is returning to mornings for one week, and "Good Morning America" has a sneak peek at what her guest-hosting stint will look like.
Couric will be filling for Robin Roberts starting Monday, April 2. "GMA" announcement on Thursday. "You get to throw away your alarm clock for the week and she has to dust hers off," co-anchor George Stephanopoulos told Roberts.
So what's in store for viewers? ABC News has released promos showing Couric getting back into the groove of morning television. She's already hanging out with the rest of "GMA" crew, smacking Robin Roberts on the butt and twirling with the cast of "Dancing With The Stars."
But the best part might be when she jokingly calls Stephanopoulos "Matt."
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