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    Posted February 25, 2013 by
    donnaclare
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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     donnaclare told me, 'My most memorable moment was seeing Robin Roberts. Considering her recent health struggles and after watching her documentary chronicling them, it was nice to see her in person at a happy occasion and experience her positive energy.'
    - hhanks, CNN iReport producer

    I decided to drop by the Oscars yesterday at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood in hopes of doing some star gazing. Security was extra tight at the festivities this year so fans were only able to get within a two-block radius of Hollywood's biggest night. The highlight of my evening was being able to see "Good Morning America's" fabulous Robin Roberts. She looked great, and as always was in high spirits. She wore a beautiful blue gown and was ever so gracious to us as she bowed to us when we cheered her on. Ever so hopeful I decided to stick around longer, just in case. Instead of spotting anymore celebrities the events took a strange turn when some "preachers" turned up with bullhorns and signs to spread the Word. Some of the fans didn’t take lightly to that and the situation got a little out of control, but the police made their presence known and everything was handled. It was an interesting evening in Hollywood indeed.

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