Former GMA Hosts Reunite For Show's 40th Anniversary
Joan Lunden, David Hartman and others gathered on Thursday to celebrate the milestone.
There was a class reunion of sorts to celebrate 40 years of Good Morning America,
where hosts both present and past talked on Thursday about running the legendary show.
The reunion brought the first hosts of the show, David Hartman and Joan Lunden, back together.
He told INSIDE EDITION: "We wanted the show to feel like we were talking to family."
“It was the best seat to view the world,” Lundon said.
Also reunited were Charlie Gibson and, Diane Sawyer, who hosted together from 1999 until 2006.
Having the former hosts together was a time capsule of TV history and generated lots of memories.
When current host Robin Roberts jokingly asked: "How many people ever had wardrobe malfunctions on air?" many recalled their own personal slip ups.
Roberts’ co-host George Stephanopoulos told INSIDE EDITION: "It was so much fun. It was thrilling,” having he reunion and seeing everyone together.
Weather personality Ginger Zee was in Times Square with all those who preceded her, including Sam Champion and Spencer Christian.
Zee said she was “surrounded by weather royalty."
Backstage was just as bustling, INSIDE EDITION exclusively captured Roberts hanging with Sawyer, Lunden draping her arm around news anchor Amy Robach and Gibson swigging champagne.
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