Due to a rumored affair, ABC has removed Amy Robach and T.J.
ABC has temporarily removed “GMA3” anchors Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes from the afternoon newscast in the wake of the disclosure of an alleged intimate relationship.
In a meeting on Monday, ABC News President Kim Godwin informed the editorial team of her choice.
According to a participant in the call who was not authorized to disclose anything publicly, Godwin indicated that their relationship had “become both an internal and an external distraction.” “The relationship is not against corporate policy, but I have spent the last few days considering what I believe is best for our firm. While we work things out, I’m going to temporarily remove Amy and T.J. from the air.
ABC has chosen not to respond.
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When the Daily Mail published images and video on Wednesday that appeared to show something romantic between the two married anchors, Amy Robach, 49, and Holmes, 45, they made headlines. The two appeared to be holding hands in one image. Robach is receiving a bottom pat from another Holmes.
In 2010, Robach wed Andrew Shue, a star of “Melrose Place.” In September, they put their New York City apartment up for sale. Robach has two children from her first marriage, despite the fact that the couple never had children together.
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Marilee Fiebig, an attorney, and Holmes were married in 2010. They had a daughter together named Sabine Holmes, who has two kids from a previous marriage.
In a March 2020 Facebook post, Holmes appeared to allude to a possible marital conflict when he acknowledged that he had given Fiebig “plenty of reasons, excuses, and opportunities to walk her fine (behind) out the door.” Instead, she displayed an unbelievable amount of grace and tolerance thanks to her inherent black woman superpower.
In the shows from last week, neither Holmes nor Robach made any direct mention of the incident, but on Friday, Holmes seemed to make fun of it.
Holmes told his co-anchor, “It’s too bad it’s Friday.” “This week was fantastic. I simply want this one to continue on and on and on.
Robach said in jest, “Speak for yourself. I am quite eager for the weekend.
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Robach wed “Melrose Place” actor Andrew Shue in 2010. They listed their New York City apartment for sale in September. Robach’s first marriage produced two children, despite the fact that they never had any together.
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In 2010, attorney Marilee Fiebig and Holmes became husband and wife. They had Sabine Holmes, a daughter together who has two children from a previous marriage.
When he acknowledged that he had given Fiebig “plenty of reasons, excuses, and opportunities to walk her fine (behind) out the door” in a March 2020 Facebook post, Holmes appeared to be hinting at a potential marital conflict. Instead, because of her natural black woman superpower, she showed an incredible amount of grace and tolerance.