MICHAEL Strahan returned to Good Morning America on Friday after a mysterious absence.
Many viewers were questioning Strahan's whereabouts this week after he did not appear on the show on Monday through Thursday.
However, on Friday, Strahan returned to host Good Morning America.
Earlier this week, fans were flooding the star's social media posts with questions, asking where he was and if he was coming back.
One person asked: "Michael where are you? Miss you on @GMA."
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Another echoed the sentiment: "Why aren’t you at work? Instead of taking selfies."
But today fans instead shared posts of joy that the star was back on the show, adding that they "missed" him.
"Welcome back to GMA it’s nice to see your face in the place. You were missed," one user wrote.
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His co-hosts even quipped with the presenter about his return, saying "we got Strahan back, we got baseball back."
During Strahan's sabbatical from the program, his co-stars Lara Spencer and T.J. Holmes filled in for him.
Some viewers even theorized that co-host TJ Holmes would take Strahan's spot on the show, however, that has now been debunked.
Strahan is reportedly worth approximately $65million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
He earns about $17million in salary from hosting duties and endorsements.
For his work on GMA and the show formerly known as Live! With Kelly & Michael, he is a two-time Emmy winner.
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