Lara Spencer

Lara Spencer discusses hip replacement surgery on Good Morning America

Good Morning America host Lara Spencer made an emotional confession on the show Thursday morning: she’s undergoing hip replacement surgery on Saturday.

Because such a procedure is often seen as a province of the elderly, Spencer, 47, felt the need to share her story and shed light on the fact that 10 percent of hip replacement surgeries are done on people under 50 years old.

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Good Morning America co-anchors reflect on the show's 40-year legacy and share favorite moments

Longtime journalist Robin Roberts has been at the anchor desk of ABC’s Good Morning America for over a decade, but she still considers the daily wake-up call to viewers a honor.

“It’s a privilege. We say, ‘Good morning, America.’ We wake up America,” Roberts shares in the video above. “I remember the first time I said it and I was like … ‘Can I say it? Can I say it?’ I get chills right now!”

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Jon Stewart slams Obama: His problem wasn't body language, but 'mouth language' -- VIDEO

Sorry, Big Bird: Jon Stewart thinks Mitt Romney unquestionably won last night’s first presidential debate. ”I’m sure President Obama now realizes, ‘Oh, preseason’s over. I should probably familiarize myself with my presidency, and learn some of the various numbers and things that go along with it,’” the Daily Show host told Good Morning America’s Lara Spencer today.

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'Good Afternoon America' premiere: What did you think?

Good Afternoon America

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ABC, I think you have something here.

Monday marked the debut of Good Afternoon America, a chat show/news program hybrid that plucked Good Morning America personalities Lara Spencer and Josh Elliott from the background and tossed them into the forefront. The result? A fun, fresh-yet-familiar daytime program that was pretty successful, considering it was the first show.

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