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Robin Roberts Steals The Show With Arthur Ashe Courage Award Speech at ESPY’s [Video]

Good Morning America host Robin Roberts has had a tough year. After some setbacks, she is finally winning her battle against MDS, or myelodysplastic syndrome. She’s also conquered breast cancer and dealt with the death of her beloved mother.

Last night, on Fox , Roberts was honored with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award.

Robin received ESPN’s Arthur Ashe Courage award from LeBron James, and was treated to a standing ovation as she stepped up to the podium.

See Robin’s complete speech below.

I know it sounds cynical, but do you think that ABC’s relentless coverage of Robin’s hospital stays and treatments were used to boost Good Morning America’s ratings?

 

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