"There's no place like home... Praise God from whom all blessings flow," tweeted Roberts.
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• Robin Roberts is home! The Good Morning America anchor tweeted the good news early this morning. "There's no place like home. After 30 days in the hospital I'm home," she shared. "Praise God from whom all blessings flow. Thank YOU and bless YOU. XO" Roberts is said to be doing much better after receiving her bone marrow transplant 21 days ago. However, Roberts will remain on medical leave until doctors give her the O.K. to return to work. [People]
• Stevie Nicks apologized for her nasty remarks toward Nicki Minaj. The rocker legend said, "How dare this little girl! If I had been Mariah, I would have walked over to Nicki and strangled her to death right there." Nicks now regrets her comments, "I want to apologize for my remarks about Nicki Minaj's behavior toward Mariah Carey, which I said during a long and exhausting day of interviews." [Rolling Stone]
• In other Nicki Minaj news, the pop star will re-release her sophomore album Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded - The ReUp on November 19. She took to twitter to share the news with her barbz. Is this impeccable timing or what? [Twitter]
• Magic Johnson says his HIV has brought his family "closer together." The former NBA star's family stays on top of him when it comes to following his doctors orders. "They get on me making sure I'm doing everything the right way," he says. "'Are you taking your meds, are you working out, are you eating healthy?'" [People]
• NBA superstar Amar'e Stoudemire will executive produce an upcoming sports documentary, Little Ballers. It's set to follow four young athletes going through the AAU youth league as they fight to reach their dreams of going pro. There's no word on when it will air. [NY Post]