Good Morning America co-host Robin Roberts will be returning to the show Wednesday, Feb. 20.
When the announcement was made, there was a standing ovation and lots of clapping in the studio.
Also, there were clips shown of others welcoming Robin back. Among them were Jimmy Kimmel, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Jennifer Lopes, Kelly Ripa, Michael Strahan, Sharon Osbourne, and Denzel Washington.
Robin, 52, is loved all over the world. Family, friends and fans are excited about her return.
Robin's doctors have cleared her to return to her anchor desk. She will initially work a limited schedule before easing back into being on-air five days a week.
Robin has been out since early September after being diagnosed with Myelodysplastic Syndrome or MDS, a rare blood disorder. She received a bone marrow transplant from her older sister Sally-Ann and has since been recovering at home.
Robin made a live appearance on GMA from her New York City home last month. She announced her plans to return to air in February. She was right.
Robin has been setting her alarm clock earlier and going through dry runs on the GMA set to get adjust to her old surroundings.
Welcome back, Robin!