Former Good Morning Anchor Josh Elliott kept it classy as the host of the Susan G. Komen Impact Awards luncheon.
Elliott, who bolted ABC’s “GMA” for NBC Sports in April after heated negotiations, presented an award Tuesday to Amy Robach, who replaced him GMA
Elliott insists there is no bad blood, and they even called Sam Champion — who left “GMA” last year — for a congratulatory call among the trio.
“The three of us are very tight,” Elliott said. “For Amy, all they have to do is throw up the ‘Bat- Signal,’ and I’m there.”
Of any lingering controversy over his move to NBC, Elliott added, “There’s been zero backlash. You hope in organic ways those fires burn themselves out. It was a deeply personal decision [between] two great offers.”
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