GOOD Morning America’s Robin Roberts has shared a throwback to her days as a reporter for ESPN.

Roberts worked at ESPN for 15 years and famously worked her way up to co-anchoring the 6pm edition of SportsCenter.

Robin Roberts has shared a throwback to her ESPN days
Roberts was missing from the GMA desk on Monday

In a tweet on Saturday, an NBA Twitter account reposted Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis’ rendition of the national anthem sung 30 years ago to the day.

The accompanying video clip featured Roberts commenting on ESPN’s coverage of Lewis’ rendition of the national anthem.

The Good Morning America anchor responded to the tweet: “30 years ago? I remember this like it was yesterday!”

Many of her fans have responded all saying the same thing.

“We remember it now that we’re seeing it. That was too funny. No one could keep a straight face. Thanks for the laugh.
Continued Blessings,” one person tweeted.

“Still makes me giggle!,” wrote another.

“30 years later, I’m still cracking up,” someone else said.

The throwback comes as fans missed Roberts on the news desk in New York on Monday.

Roberts had flown to California to report on the deadly Monterey Park shooting.

Robin and ABC News anchor Juju Chang covered the horrific mass shooting that killed 11 people and injured nine others.

At a California ballroom dance studio, suspect Huu Can Tran incited terror when he walked into a crowd of people celebrating the Lunar New Year on Saturday and opened fire.

JuJu said: “On Lunar New Year, it’s when you start the new year and bring with you all of these traditions to bring good fortune and good luck, and the Year of the Rabbit here has started off with such tragedy.”

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