Judge Judy, 79, turns back the clock as she visits GMA sets with granddaughter Sarah Rose

Judge Judy, 79, turns back the clock as she visits GMA sets with granddaughter Sarah Rose
TV Legend Judge Judy and her granddaughter Sarah Rose arrive at the Good Morning America studios in New York City (Backgrid)

TIMES SQUARE, NEW YORK CITY: Television icon Judge Judy Sheindlin and her granddaughter Sarah Rose joined the sets of 'Good Morning America' just weeks before the premiere of the second season of 'Judy Justice'. Sheindlin stepped under the spotlight with a beaming smile on her face along with her granddaughter who plays the character of a law clerk in the spin-off series. 

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Sheindlin energetically greeted the interviewers one after another before taking her seat. The 79-year-old was quickly recalled for spending 50 years on the bench with 27 of those years as the longest-running judge on TV. She played the legendary character of Judge Judy for 25 seasons garnering immense popularity throughout her career. The star of one of the longest-running shows shared some tips and advice and took a trip down her unceasing legacy in the interview. 

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TV Legend Judge Judy and her granddaughter Sarah Rose arrive at the Good Morning America studios in New York City. (Backgrid)
TV Legend Judge Judy and her granddaughter Sarah Rose arrive at the Good Morning America studios in New York City (Backgrid)

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When asked about how the Judge stays true to herself, she said, "It's been sort of easy. I grew up with, you do the right thing, the right thing happens [and] take responsibility. Things don't function anymore. I've found in the family court that the dysfunction that I saw had not been resolved and despite the fact that billions of dollars were spent on trying to find remediation and just the right therapy and just the right social service, it didn't get better. Today is just another example of it."

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"I just stay in my own little world, I say, 'this is right and this is wrong,' if you tell the truth you don't have to have a good memory. Try to keep good friends and keep your enemies closer until you find out you can annihilate them," she added during her interview on Good Morning America.

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The granddaughter of the TV judge later confessed how she feels about continuing her legacy and taking it forward. Sarah Rose shared the details about how she felt while receiving her degree from Sheindlin. "It was surreal to have my grandmother be the first speaker for the first graduation [since the pandemic] due to COVID, just to have my classmates excited about the moment, and then for me personally was just over the moon that she was there -- and being able to give me my degree was really special -- it was a great legacy moment for me."

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The pair later spoke about what the fans can expect from the upcoming season and the changes that were made for it. The second installment of the series will apparently be more and better of the same as their premiere season. Finally, Sheindlin talked about her plans set around the celebration of her 80th birthday which would be later this month. The judge announced that she will be spending time on a private isolated island along with her family. 

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