Robin Roberts Gay Rumors: Colorful Wristband Worn on 'GMA' Amid First Same-Sex Marriage Ceremony in NJ [PHOTOS]
Gay rumors have once again surrounded 'Good Morning America' anchor Robin Roberts as she was seen wearing two rainbow-colored bracelets on Monday, the same day the state of New Jersey celebrated their first celebration of same-sex marriage.
Gay rumors have once again surrounded Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts as she was seen wearing two rainbow-colored bracelets on Monday, on the day the state of New Jersey celebrated their first celebration of same-sex marriage.
Roberts appeared on the morning show on Oct. 21 looking beautiful, dressed in a black and red dress. She accessorized the outfit with two colorful bracelets--one worn on each wrist. Reports indicated that bright colored bracelets usually symbolize support for the LGBT community.
No other anchor on the show was seen wearing the bracelets.
Roberts' wardrobe choice comes the same day gay couples in communities across New Jersey exchanged marriage vows early Monday morning- taking advantage of a court ruling that compelled the state to become the 14th in the nation to recognize same-sex nuptials.
Last month, a lower-court judge ruled that New Jersey must recognize gay marriages starting Monday.
While speculation over Robert's rainbow-colored bracelets on whether or not it symbolized her sexuality, other reports indicated that the accessory is from Amazing Wristbands with the inspirational message of "Light Love Power Presence."
Amazing Wristbands became the lead vendor of choice for the wristbands supporting Robin Roberts when she underwent a bone marrow transplant to treat MDS earlier this year.
Meanwhile, Roberts is rumored to be dating her longterm girlfriend, Storm Sahara.
A source revealed that Roberts made plans to reconcile with Sahara after her treatment and "vowed" to propose to her.
"I work closely with Robin Roberts on a daily basis, so yes I know a great deal about her and Storm Sahara. They are indeed extremely private but only because of Robin," a source wrote to The National Enquirer back in April.