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Anchor Lara Spencer has signed a new contract that will keep her at Good Morning America.
The Hollywood Reporter reports that Spencer has closed a deal to stay on at Good Morning America. According to Spencer, the decision of her staying was a very easy one.
"This was a simple decision; I love what I do, and I adore the people I work with," she said.
Since 2011, Spencer has served as Good Morning America's lifestyle anchor and is a key member of the show. Aside from appearing on Good Morning America, Spencer is also seen on the red carpet at the Oscars doing coverage for ABC.
The completion of Spencer's deal comes after fellow Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts closed a long-term deal last year to stay with the show. The show has already lost former weatherman Sam Champion, who left last December to work for the Weather Channel.
The Wrap reveals how Spencer's fellow Good Morning America anchor Josh Elliott is nearing the end of his current deal in the upcoming weeks and is considering a new position to NBC Sports.
Good Morning America has achieved a lot of success over the last year by breaking the Today Show's streak as the No. 1 morning show program.