Another member of morning television's top rated family is leaving home. Josh Elliott, who joined ABC's Good Morning America in 2011 and helped ride it ahead of NBC's Today, is leaving for a high profile role at NBC Sports. He'll be replaced as news anchor by Amy Robach. But is it the last we'll see of Elliott in the morning? It's one of several questions TV news people are asking....
Like mother, like daughter? Not if Drew Barrymore has anything to say about it.
In a recent interview with ABC News, the actress told Amy Robach she'll lay down the law when it comes to her daughter Olive posing for Playboy, which Barrymore did at age 19.
Amy Robach isn't letting breast cancer take over her life completely.
The ABC News correspondent, who is undergoing chemotherapy, said on Good Morning America Wednesday that she decided to cut her hair once she noticed it was starting to fall out.
Good Morning America anchor Amy Robach underwent a routine mammogram live on the air last month as part of a segment on women's health. And the procedure may end up saving her life.
On Monday, Robach revealed that when she went to get the results of the screening, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and now plans to have a double mastectomy.