ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos has tested positive for the coronavirus, he announced Monday on “Good Morning America,” two weeks after his wife, Ali Wentworth, announced her own diagnosis.The anchor, who has been broadcasting from home, said that he has not shown any signs of illness despite the diagnosis: “I am one of those I guess cases that are asymptomatic,” he said. “I have never had a fever. Never had chills. Never had a headache. Never had a cough. Never had shortness of breath. I’m feeling great.”Also Read: ABC News Hosts Pay Tribute to 'Good Morning America' Camera Operator Who Died of Coronavirus ComplicationsStephanopulos said that his wife, who revealed her diagnosis on April 1, has also shown improvement. “She is doing much much better,” he told “GMA” co-anchors Robin Roberts and Michael Strahan on Monday. “She is going on her fifth day now with no fever, which is a good sign. Slowly getting out of bed a little bit more each day.”His announcement comes at a tough time for the industry as well as the world in general. “GMA” camera operator Tony Greer passed away of coronavirus complications, and Stephanopoulos himself was among those who paid tribute to their late colleague last week.High-profile anchors across various networks have tested positive for the coronavirus, including CNN’s Chris Cuomo and Brooke Baldwin as well as Fox News’ Jedediah Bila. Many programs have been being broadcast from talent’s homes for weeks. Stephanopoulos’ “GMA” co-host Robin Roberts herself made the switch to telecommuting during the last week of March.Read original story ‘Good Morning America’ Anchor George Stephanopoulos Tests Positive for Coronavirus At TheWrap
The retired NBA star told "Good Morning America" seeing 12-year-old Zaya live as her authentic self was "a moment of real" for him and his wife, Gabrielle Union.
Shannen Doherty revealed Tuesday on “Good Morning America” that her breast cancer has returned. It is “stage four,” she told Amy Robach.Doherty was initially diagnosed with breast cancer in March 2015. The disease returned one year ago.The “Beverly Hills, 90210” star said she is telling the world now amid a court battle with her insurance company, State Farm. Her cancer will be mentioned in legal documents, she said, which are a matter of public record.“It’s going to come out in a matter of days or a week that — I’m stage four,” Doherty told “GMA.”Also Read: Shannen Doherty 'Definitely Wasn't Going to Do' the 'Beverly Hills, 90210' Revival - Until Luke Perry's DeathDoherty had planned to keep her diagnosis a private matter but that option is now out the window now, she said.“I’d rather people hear it from me,” Doherty said. “I don’t want it to be twisted. I don’t want it to be a court document. I want it to be real and authentic.”“I want to control the narrative,” she continued. “I want people to know from me, I just didn’t want them to know yet.”The first time Doherty battled breast cancer, she chronicled her fight on social media. This time she only told a few people, including just one “BH90210” castmate, Brian Austin Green.Also Read: 'Riverdale' Showrunner on Fred's 'Heroic Death,' Honoring Luke Perry With Shannen Doherty CameoWatch Doherty’s “GMA” interview via the video above.Doherty sued State Farm after her home was damaged in the 2018 Woolsey Fire. The “Charmed” actress says she had to pay out of pocket for losses she believes should be covered by her insurance policy.State Farm says it has paid nearly $1 million to Doherty to clean and repair her home and personal property, and for temporary housing and furniture rental.“We empathize with Ms. Doherty’s health issues and wish her a full recovery,” State Farm said in a statement to ABC News. “We strongly believe we have upheld our commitment to our customer and have paid what we owe on this claim. We are prepared to defend our position in court.”Read original story Shannen Doherty Says Her Breast Cancer Has Returned: ‘I’m Stage 4’ (Video) At TheWrap
Speaking on 'Good Morning America', the journalist and presenter opened up about his behind-the-scenes insight into the royal couple.
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