What Color Is Diane Sawyer's Lipstick?

ByABC News via GMA logo
February 1, 2004, 7:02 PM

N E W   Y O R K, Feb. 5 -- Viewers who e-mailed us with questions about Good Morning America had queries about everything from how the show worked, to details about their favorite anchors.

One typical question came from Jeanie Conner of Chattanooga, Tenn., who had a question about Good Morning America anchor Diane Sawyer's makeup.

"What brand and color of lipstick does Diane usually wear?" Conner asked.

Good Morning America cannot mention the color or brand of Sawyer's lipstick because it can be considered an endorsement, but her makeup artist Maria Verel says she works from eight different shades, mixing and matching according to what Sawyer is wearing everyday.

She usually uses two different shades of lipstick, then applies lip gloss on top.

Sawyer provided just one clue about her usual color. She says it's "Tawny" and that she buys it in a drugstore.

Another group of viewers wanted to know where Robin Roberts' got all of the different necklaces she wears on each week on GMA.

Here is one example from Patricia Vallely in Coral Springs, Florida: "A very silly question tell us about Robin's necklaces. Every morning we check to see which necklace she is wearing, they are all fabulous. Does she choose them? Are they made for her, or if not, where does she find them? Tell all."

In response to the e-mails, Roberts gave viewers a quick inside look at the dressing room and one small section of her necklace collection.

"I'm very flattered how people are always very interested in them," Roberts said. "But I have to tell you, my dear sister, Dorothy, makes the majority of my jewelry, down in Mississippi."

Roberts says a lot of her necklaces are gifts.

"A lot of viewers are into making jewelry because it's very therapeutic and they send them in."

However, Roberts admits that she sometimes borrows a necklace from a nearby neighbor.

"And then, I take a little something-something from Miss Sawyer. Yeah. that's right."

Watch Good Morning America's "Inside Out" show for more answers to your buring questions on Friday, Feb. 6.