GOOD Morning America fans are so “happy” to see one of the show’s beloved hosts back on air after a few days away.

Meteorologist Ginger Zee has returned to GMA after being out sick, and she’s shared a health update with viewers.


Ginger Zee returned to GMA on Monday[/caption]

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The star wore a cheery yellow sweater, after taking a few days off due to coming down with the flu[/caption]

After missing a few days of work last week, Ginger returned to the morning show on Monday.

She had been out with flu and kept followers updated on social media, but fans were happy to have her back on their TVs.

The 42-year-old wore a cheery yellow sweater over a black top, along with a black-and-white skirt to report on the weather for her big return.

GMA viewers quickly celebrated Ginger’s reappearance on social media.

One happy fan tweeted: “Good to see you back on TV.  Hope you feel better. Looking great as always!”

A second wrote: “Welcome back, hope you’re feeling better!”

“Sweet Ginger, thank goodness you are feeling better and back to work,” a third fan said. “I need my Ginger in the morning!”

Another wrote online: “Ginger is back. All is good.”

To which Ginger gave a little health update in response, replying: “Thank you! Feeling so much better.”

While Ginger has finally returned to the morning show after a few days away, a few of the other hosts took Monday off.

Both Michael Strahan and George Stephanopoulos were missing from the show.

The former is currently in Los Angeles as he’s set to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday afternoon.

The latter spent the last few days in Salt Lake City for the 2023 Sundance Film Festival, where his production company’s documentary, Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields, premiered.

As for GMA’s Robin Roberts, she was absent from her usual spot at the anchor desk for Monday’s broadcast, but she still appeared on the show.

Instead, she reported from out in the field after jetting off to Monterey Park, California

Robin and ABC News anchor Juju Chang covered the horrific mass shooting that killed 10 people and injured 10 others.

On Instagram, Robin shared a heartbreaking photo of the flowers left at the site.

She wrote: “We’re thinking about everyone affected by the tragic shooting in #MontereyPark

“Sadly, a #LunarNewYear celebration quickly turned into tragedy.”


The meteorologist had been keeping fans update on her health on social media amid her on-air absence[/caption]


While Ginger returned on Monday, hosts Michael Strahan and George Stephanopoulos were absent from the broadcast[/caption]

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