Robin Roberts, Lara Spencer See Double With Kid Versions of Themselves

"GMA" anchors go face-to-face with child doppelgangers.
4:34 | 05/14/14

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Transcript for Robin Roberts, Lara Spencer See Double With Kid Versions of Themselves
It's also day three of seeing double. The kiddie edition, here at "Gma." So far, we've seen minigeorge. Also, miniamy. Yes. I know. That's so cute. She's right over there, again. She's here every day. And miniginger, when she leapt in her arms like this. The last of the mohicans, we get to meet our kiddie clones. You first. Everyone say with me -- move that mirror. Hi. Hi. How are you? Great. Come on over. Look at you. I like your turquoise statement necklace. Thank you. Great to meet you. Great to meet you. We're going to learn more about her in a little bit. She's my girl. All right, robin. Get over there. It's your turn. Everybody say with us. Move that mirror. Hello. You are so cute. Oh, no. Look, a little belt. Yeah. Work it. Hello. How are you? Hey. I love your shoes. Hi. Those are great. Amazing. Tell us your name. Sienna. Sienna Hawkins. You are a dead ringer. All right. We have to look at how you two became mini-mes. Good morning, America. Here's a look at today's top stories. Hi, everybody. I'm sienna Hawkins. I'm 6 years old. I'm from Roseville, Michigan. Everybody tells me I look like robin Roberts. A check of the weather now. Ginger, please, make the snow stop. Go for it. Magna. Magna. Very good, George. Very good, George. I play at recess, where it looks like everybody is having fun. I like sports. And like robin, I play basketball. In your face. Thanks, robin. Now, we're going to get into morning "Pop news." Talk about what's buzzing this morning. I'm Holland Kanne, and I'm Lara's look-alike. I want to get something new in here. I'm thinking these colors. I'm 13 years old. From lakeville, Minnesota. This is why I'm like Lara. I love tennis. Maybe some day I'll play at wimbledon. It is time for improve this. Remember three things. Sand, prime, paint. This is an easy and inexpensive project to do over the weekend. Thank you, girls. Thank you, sienna. You see that sienna has a basketball with her. I think we have a little bit in common. Tell us who your great grandfather is. The great Connie Hawkins. The hall of famer Connie Hawkins, who played in the NBA, also the aba. Do you play a little basketball yourself? You like to play basketball? What do you want to do when you grow up? I want to be just like you, robin. I mean -- Thank you. Everybody, this is Holland. I understand your mom has gotten you interested in flea marketing. Have you been bitten by the bug? Yes. I like any kind of shopping. You break for yard sales? Yep. Good. That's very, very important. And what do you want to do when you get older? I kind of want to be a lawyer. Good. I do, too. Thank you so much for coming. Have you had a good time? Yes. Look at the necklace. That's really my necklace you

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