Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts returns home for first time since bone marrow transplant

NEW ORLEANS - Robin Roberts, Good Morning America anchor, returned to her New Orleans home for the first time since her bone marrow transplant last September, according to a Friday report .

ABC News reported that when Roberts stepped off the plane, students from Southeastern Louisiana University, where she also attended school, greeted her.

Roberts headed back home with her co-anchors Josh Elliot and Sam Champion who hosted "Good Morning America Super Tailgate Party" on Friday in New Orleans, according to the report.

Roberts will reportedly attend a Super Bowl party on Sunday hosted by her sister Sally-Ann, who was also her bone marrow donor.

Good Morning America reported that Roberts is on the way to getting back in the studio. Last week, she reportedly did some practice runs from the anchor chair.


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