‘GMA’ snags Evelyn Lozada interview

    Evelyn Lozada is ready to face the public and tell her side of the story, with a few conditions.

    The “Basketball Wives” star has agreed to be interviewed—in a private setting—by “Good Morning America,” according to TMZ.

    The reality star, who has been keeping a much lower profile since she was allegedly injured by husband Chad Ochocinco Johnson, won’t be visiting the show’s studios, though. She wants the show to come to her, which producers have apparently agreed to do.

    The interview was supposed to take place this week, but has been postponed due to the failing health of “GMA” correspondent Robin Roberts, according to TMZ.

    Robin is reportedly scheduled to receive a bone marrow transplant in coming weeks.

    “Friday will be @RobinRoberts’ last day before leaving for her bone marrow transplant and treatment for MDS,” read a post from the “GMA” Twitter account.

    So, Amy Robach will be filling in for Robin and sitting down with Evelyn for the first time since the alleged abuse. It’s not clear exactly when the episode will air.

    Since the incident between Evelyn and Chad took place, rumors circulated that Oprah Winfrey would interviewe her; however, Evelyn’s publicists denied that story.

    While she’s been avoiding the public—staying off Twitter and reportedly canceling engagements—Evelyn was spotted on a beach in Miami last week. She is believed to be in Barbados now.

    Click on the thumbnails of Ev & Ocho below for larger images from days when things were better.

         

     

         
     

    See more Evelyn photos below.

     

    —Tracy L. Scott

     

    Will you tune in to watch Evelyn tell her side of the story? Send your well-wishes to Robin Roberts. Leave your comments below.

     

    Here’s more:

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    Photos: Get ready for ‘Ev & Ocho’
    Chad Johnson arrested for domestic battery

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