Howard Stern's longtime co-host Robin Quivers returned to the studio Wednesday morning after she revealed last month she'd been working remotely while battling uterine cancer.
After a 17-month absence from the studio, Quivers said last month that after four rounds of radiation and chemotherapy, her cancer is gone.
Quivers was all smiles on her return to the shock jock's studio which broadcasts his SiriusXM radio show. Stern, who has previously stated he wouldn't continue the show without her, marked her return with rose petals strewn about the studio.
"Seriously," Stern said, "I've been praying for this day, and I'm really happy that you are here, and it makes me very, very happy."
"It's pretty amazing," Quivers said of her return to work. "I was brushing my teeth this morning and thinking about going back on the air for the first time after surgery and how incredibly difficult that was. And today not feeling anything at all. It was just a normal day. You can get up and brush your teeth, throw on your clothes and run out the door."
"I could never be without you again," Stern said. "Never get sick again."