Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes ‘are seriously in love’ it’s ‘not a fling’

Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes are still out there, indiscreetly doing their thing. They seem relieved they don’t technically have to hide their affair anymore now that divorces are moving along. And now it seems like they’re trying to put a bow on their relationship and make it less tawdry. “Sources” have given US Weekly the exclusive that T.J. and Amy are “seriously in love” and “it’s not a fling.” The source also said they intend to be open about their relationship “now,” as if they haven’t been already.

No turning back. Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes have no intention of hiding their relationship after their affair was uncovered late last year.

“It’s not a fling and they are seriously in love,” a source exclusively tells Us Weekly. “And they will be fully open about their relationship now.”

After their romance was outed in November 2022 when photos surfaced of Holmes, 45, and Robach, 49, (who are married to other people) canoodling, the GMA3 anchors finished out the week hosting the ABC show before they were pulled from the air. However, they haven’t slowed down their relationship.

“Amy has no regrets,” the insider adds. “She wants to keep her job, but even if she loses it, she’s in love.”

The network is conducting an internal review to determine when the affair started and “if it was distracting to the staff,” another source told Us last month. “ABC is putting resources in so there are no surprises and they have all the information they can before deciding how to proceed,” the insider explained.

Holmes and Robach have continued to spend time together amid their GMA3 hiatus. They were spotted packing on the PDA in Miami last month as Holmes officially filed for divorce from wife Marilee Fiebig. They returned to New York City together before New Year’s, and Robach was photographed leaving Holmes’ apartment on Wednesday, January 4.

[From US Magazine]

Serious question: do they actually think they haven’t been open so far? Their affair has been pretty flagrant. But they are journalists so maybe they’re differentiating between “open” and “fully open.” I think it’s a distinction without a real difference. Anyway, they plan to be even more blatant about it in the future. I understand the impulse to want to (a) believe and (b) rebrand your sordid affair as ~true love. There’s an abdication of responsibility there because then you can pretend it was just fate, inevitable, destiny, etc, and gloss over the very real people you hurt in the process. Of course this was their move, although laying low should probably be part of that. I did find interesting the insider comment about Amy having no regrets and wants to keep her job, but is okay with losing it for love. If they face professional consequences for this, those should be equal and it definitely shouldn’t only be the woman whose career is affected. Meanwhile, according to RadarOnline, their exes, Marilee Fiebig and Andrew Shue, have been talking and supporting each other.  Who better to understand and commiserate than the other wronged party.

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  1. K8erade says:

    Which is all well and good, I guess. It’s their life. They’ve left a lot of hurt in their wake but that’s on them. They have to deal with their messes and they’re the ones who have to live with hurting their spouses and children. My problem is that I do not feel it is in any way appropriate for both Amy & TJ to remain on GMA. That just feels inappropriate and creating the wrong environment for their co-workers. I wouldn’t mind seeing their spouses pull a Shania Twain here.

  2. girl_ninja says:

    Meanwhile, according to RadarOnline, their exes, Marilee Fiebig and Andrew Shue, have been talking and supporting each other.

    Imagine if Marilee and Andrew fall in love and become an item because of this mess? That would be quite something and THEN I want a Lifetime movie.

  3. Blue Nails Betty says:

    Oh please, he’s a manwhore and she’s his latest conquest. She’s delusional if she thinks this is going to last.

  4. Stacey Dresden says:

    I’m sorry for their former spouses. They are a very cute couple.

  5. CJT says:

    The story they’re peddling over at People right now is that “they’ve done nothing wrong so why hide”; “they didn’t act on anything until AFTER their marriages ended”.
    We all know they were, at the very least, fully engaged in an emotional affair long before their spouses knew there was trouble in paradise (but I’m not dismissing the idea that they did engage in more than an emotional affair). Just because they didn’t consummate their relationship sexually is merely a technicality. It cuts and stings just as much in the shadows of technicality than it does if they had just had a traditional affair. They only kid themselves. The chemicals/hormones that have taken them over at the moment will subside as they always do, then we’ll see what their relationship is truly made of.
    It bums me out because I liked them both, now I’m just meh on how basic they’ve revealed themselves to be, sigh…

    • okwell says:

      how do you kno? i feel like thats hard to say…no one is truly going to know unless you’re in those 4 peoples shoes.

  6. HeyKay says:

    I dislike both of them.
    Both are repeat cheaters, with children.
    This will not last, give it 1-1 1/2 years if that. The thrill of getting away with the affair will wear off, they will break up but the kids lives have changed because of the adults actions.

    Workplace affairs cause a lot of drama and an uncomfortable workplace for co-workers, IMO.
    Almost every place I’ve worked has a no employees dating policy (however you word that)
    These 2 seem to be enjoying all the attention. No. Go away any time now.

  7. HeyKay says:

    Clicked above link to see Thom Browne new fashions, 46 outfits, possible 3 I like.
    Not that I can afford any. Some of the separate pieces could be styled to use as biz wear but the awful hats, snood like things are ugly.

  8. Twin Falls says:

    “She wants to keep her job, but even if she loses it, she’s in love.”

    Dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb.

    • HeyKay says:

      @Twin Falls, I agree.
      If she looses her job at GMA, she is unlikely to find another equal paying job at any network show. (Morning chat anchors have a short shelf life anyhow, they seem interchangeable to me)
      In the long run, her “in love” move is going to cost her financially.
      If the romance falters, she will have to face it cost her a marriage, hurt to all the children involved, her network job + TJ.
      That is a large cost in my book.

      I feel her odds are not good at staying on GMA, she has tarnished her “brand” + Disney owns ABC.

  9. Dlc says:

    I have never cheated, and have always really side eyed cheaters. But I’m starting to rethink that as I age. We only have 1 life, do we need to spend it with one person because society sells us the fairytale? When someone you love has been ignoring you, when a new person comes along and you feel joy with them, and interesting and vibrant again, that is hard to walk away from. Even if that will also not last.