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Thanks For The Mammaries! 2013′s Best Moments In Celebrity Cleavage

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It’s been a while since we busted out our trusty Riverside, but we’re pretty sure that it was Shakespeare who famously coined the phrase, “Giggity!” Then again, it might have been Quagmire on Family Guy. Regardless of what brilliant mind invented that phrase, this was a year in which those three delectable syllables rolled off our tongues with great frequency, for 2013 was one of the most memorable years in recent memory when it came to celebrity cleavage. Some, but not us, might even call it the Breast Year Ever…


It seems not so long ago that twig-thin models—like, say, oh, I don’t know TWIGGY perhaps?—dominated the runways and glossy pages of fashion magazines, but Sports Illustrated (and GQ and Cosmo and Esquire and Vanity Fair and, well, you get the point) cover girl Kate Upton disrupted the entire fashion world thanks to the power of her glorious, once-in-a-generation cleavage. This year, she became the first model since Elle MacPherson in 1987-88 to appear on the cover of the famed SI Swimsuit issue in consecutive years, and it’s safe to say that she’s far and away the most popular model since Cindy Crawford.

The barrage of Kate Upton photos, GIFs (see below!), YouTube clips, and late night talk show appearances was but one of this year’s most mammarable (sorry for the terrible pun!) moments, though. Take a stroll through our gallery of 2013′s Best Moments In Celebrity Cleavage to find out about the rest! Don’t worry, it’s Saturday — your boss isn’t going to be making a surprise appearance over your shoulder.

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Robin Roberts, Lara Spencer and Josh Elliott Want GMA Pay Rises

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35e1AES 101443 Robin Roberts, Lara Spencer and Josh Elliott Want GMA Pay RisesROBIN Roberts, Lara Spencer and Josh Elliott are demanding pay rises — leaving Good Morning America in crisis mode.

Viewers of the number one-rated morning news program were shocked on Monday, when beloved weatherman Sam Champion announced that he was leaving ABC for The Weather Channel, which is owned by NBC Universal.

And George Stephanopoulos wants to replace Diane Sawyer on World News.

“Robin will definitely be getting a huge pay raise, she is the glue that holds the team together,” a show insider told RadarOnline.

“Viewers love her and are emotionally invested with Robin from her breast cancer battle to bone marrow transplant last year — there is no way ABC is going to let Robin get away.”

Stephanopoulos’ contract expires next month and he “has made no secret that he no longer wants to do morning television,” said the source.

“George wants to replace Diane Sawyer when she decides to hang it up, but who knows when that will be? His strengths are doing hard news, and has been extremely successful as the host of the ABC’s Sunday morning show, This Week.

“However, viewers also love George on GMA, and the news division doesn’t want to rock the boat with replacing him on the show. A huge portion of George’s contract talks will involve guarantees that he be the heir apparent to replace Diane.”

Lara Spencer and Josh Elliott‘s contracts “are also being negotiated,” according to the insider.

“Josh’s reps have reached out to NBC Sports to determine if there is any interest there. He started at ESPN, and would love to have the opportunity to go back to his roots. NBC is appealing to Josh because the Peacock network has the broadcasting rights to the upcoming winter & summer Olympics. Lara just wants more money, period. She isn’t anxious to leave,” the source added.

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Amy Robach and Five More Anchors Who’ve Bravely Battled Cancer in the Public Eye

11/11/2013 at 07:00 PM EST

Good Morning America correspondent Amy Robach announced Monday morning that she’d been diagnosed with breast cancer after undergoing an on-air mammogram. The news came as a shock to Robach, who is determined to stay strong for her family while also encouraging viewers to get checked.

Robach is not the only news personality who has recently raised awareness for the importance of cancer screenings. Just last week, Matt Lauer and Al Roker participated in prostate exams for a Today show segment. In fact, several television anchors have bravely battled cancer in the public eye. As veteran journalist Linda Ellerbee told PEOPLE in 1993, a year after her own cancer diagnosis, “I wasn’t going to try to get through this alone. I wasn’t going to try to pretend to be that brave.”

Robin Roberts

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Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts revealed she had breast cancer in a 2007 segment with Diane Sawyer. “At first I thought, ‘This can’t be. I am a young, healthy woman.’ Nevertheless, I faced my fear head on and made an appointment to see the doctor,” she wrote on the ABC News website. “Much as I was hoping the doctor would say it was nothing, she did a biopsy and confirmed that the lump I’d found was indeed an early form of breast cancer.”

In 2012, Roberts faced another health scare when she was diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome, a rare blood disorder, and underwent a bone marrow transplant. This past August, she announced plans to return full-time to GMA and expressed a positive outlook on her recovery process. “I’m really at peace now. I’m not as frightened. I feel 90 percent of myself again, and that’s a great feeling,” she told PEOPLE.

Giuliana Rancic

During an appearance on the Today show in 2011, E! News host Giuliana Rancic announced that she learned of her breast cancer diagnosis while undergoing her third round of in-vitro fertilization. “A lot of us think we’re invincible … but we have to start putting ourselves on the to-do list,” she said. “I had a friend call me yesterday, and she said, ‘I’m so sorry, can I do anything for you?’ And I said, ‘Just call your doctor tomorrow and make an appointment. That’s what you could do for me.’ … I will be okay because I found it early.”

In September 2013, Rancic told ABC News that the birth of her son, Duke, took her mind off the disease. “Once I had the baby, I couldn’t think about it 100 times a day,” she said. “In many ways, Duke’s been my salvation. I just don’t have time to think about it. I just have to focus, stay positive and stay alive for my baby.”

Andrea Mitchell

Andrea Mitchell, NBC’s chief foreign affairs correspondent, revealed on air in 2011 that she’d been diagnosed with breast cancer. “Luckily for me, I am one of the fortunate ones; we discovered it in the earliest stage, it hadn’t spread, and I’m already back at work with a terrific prognosis,” she said. “I’m looking at this as another of life’s lessons. For you women out there and the men who love you, screening matters. Do it. This disease can be completely curable if you find it at the right time.”

Bryant Gumbel

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Bryant Gumbel

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While filling in for Regis Philbin on Live! With Regis and Kelly in 2009, Bryant Gumbel revealed he’d had surgery on his lung to remove a tumor. “It’s nothing to hide from,” Gumbel said. “They opened up my chest, they took a malignant tumor and they took part of my lung and they took some other goodies. And the pathology on most of the stuff had been benign, but enough aggressive cells had escaped the tumor that it warranted some treatment and I went through that and it’s done now.” One year later, he spoke about his prognosis with PEOPLE. “I’m still doing well,” he said in 2010. “Doctors tell me I’m free and clear, so I hope for better times.”

Hoda Kotb

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Hoda Kotb

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Today anchor Hoda Kotb had a mastectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007, and she shared excerpts from a video diary she kept throughout the procedure with viewers later that year. “Cancer gave me the gift of being fearless,” she told Ann Curry. “What I get from this whole horrible ordeal is ‘You can’t scare me.’” In 2012, Kotb celebrated five years of being cancer free.

Katie Couric

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Katie Couric

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Katie Couric, who cofounded the National Colorectal Cancer Research Alliance in 2001, has worked to raise awareness for cancer research since losing two loved ones to the disease. “[Cancer] completely destroyed my family twice. My husband, Jay, died when he was 42 and our daughters were 6 and 2,” Couric told PEOPLE in 2008. “Three years after that, my sister, Emily, who had ironically read the eulogy at my husband’s funeral, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.” Her sister passed away in 2001 at the age of 54. Couric became a spokesperson for colon cancer awareness that same year. The on-air colonoscopy she underwent in 2000 is thought to have inspired many viewers to follow suit.

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