Robin Roberts celebrated a huge milestone on Monday: her tenth anniversary at "Good Morning America."
She became the show's news anchor in 2002, and was promoted to co-anchor in 2005. "What a decade it has been," co-host George Stephanopoulos told Robin on Monday. "We wanna celebrate you today."
"GMA" marked the occasion with a look back at some her most memorable interviews, trips and wacky moments. The highlights included her coverage of the Haiti earthquake, her interviews with President Obama, Clinton and Bush and some of the dancing and singing she's done on the morning show.
The deeply personal tribute also featured Robin's struggle with breast cancer, and her reporting from her hometown in Louisiana after it was struck by Hurricane Katrina. Robin teared up at the video.
Diane Sawyer and Charlie Gibson, Robin's former co-hosts, offered their congratulations. "Nobody is celebrating more than I am," Diane said. "Thelma and Louise will ride again."
"We went through a lot — the death of your dear sweet father, the destruction of your hometown Pass Christian and of course your cancer," Charlie added.
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