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Robin Roberts is 'coming home' to GMA

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  • Roberts announced on Monday she is beginning the process of returning to 'Good Morning America'
  • The morning show co-host says she is hopefully weeks away from returning to her role
Roberts announced on Monday she is beginning the process of returning to Good Morning America.

Good news from Robin Roberts! The “Good Morning America” co-host announced on Monday morning she is getting ready to take back her seat next to George Stephanopoulos.

After getting the results of her latest bone marrow test, Roberts revealed there are no abnormalities and her doctors said she can begin the process of returning to work. “I’m coming home,” Roberts joyfully announced in a live interview.

“We are going to take it step by step. Again we are talking about weeks. We are not talking about months any longer,” Roberts said.

She said she first needs to go through a few dry runs, including waking up at 4 a.m. After her early wakeup call, she will head into GMA and will be doing a “dry run.”

"My skin is very sensitive and so we have to see how it reacts to the studio lights. My vision is still a little blurry from the treatment," Roberts said.

Read more: Robin Roberts calls GMA, says she's 'doing well'

After a few weeks of the dry run, Roberts will meet with her doctors again before she is officially cleared to come back to work. Although Roberts has a date in mind, she is keeping that private. But she said she hopes to be back for good in February.

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