T.J. Holmes to Amy Robach on their podcast: ‘I want to marry you’

Another week, another new episode of America’s hottest, messiest, and most in-demand new podcast, “Amy & T.J.” Last week, T.J. and Amy addressed the news that their exes are now dating. They declared that gossip is toxic and vowed not to clap back at the headlines. This week – it’s literally only episode 3 – they stuck to their word about not responding to headlines about them that they don’t like. Instead, they answered fan questions and tried to drum up some “will they/won’t they” speculation as to whether or not they’ll ever get married. “Just what we were wondering,” said absolutely no one.

On Tuesday’s episode of the Amy & T.J. podcast on iHeartRadio, the couple answered fan questions hand selected by their producers. Robach and Holmes said that they were not made aware of the questions ahead of time. At one point, they were put on the spot about whether they intend to get married.

“We did not enter this relationship for fun or for, ‘Let’s see what happens,'” Robach said. “We entered this relationship because we intend to spend our lives together. So whether or not we have some sort of legal, I don’t know, button on it, that’s like, I don’t know.”

Robach and Holmes have each been married twice before — Robach to Tim McIntosh, with whom she shares two daughters, and later to Andrew Shue; and Holmes to Amy Ferson and Marilee Fiebig. Holmes has three children.

“We both have two marriages under our belts, and so it’s not something we’re racing or rushing towards, but there is something, I get it,” Robach continued. “I can’t even explain why there’s this desire, but I want to spend the rest of my life with you.”

Holmes teased, “But you don’t want to marry me?”

“It’s on the table!” Robach fired back.

Holmes was more direct in his response.

“I want to marry you,” he said, adding a caveat. “You are 50 and I’m 46,” he began. “I’m very sick of introducing you, a 50-year-old woman, ‘This is my girlfriend.’ That just sounds stupid.”

Robach jokingly lamented, “But thank you for noting the age difference. I appreciate that.”

She added, “Lucky for us, when we actually meet people, we don’t have to say, ‘This is my boyfriend, T.J.’ They already know. We’re past that. We don’t really have to introduce each other, so we don’t really have to use that language.”

[From ET Online]

They’re so fun and flirty, y’all. They’re a regular old romcom with their little workplace meet cute, right down to the woman throwing away her career for her man. Cute tidbit, too, about wanting to get married because they’re too old to be boyfriend and girlfriend. I mean, that’s totally a very valid reason to get married. YOLO and all that. And for T.J., promoting Amy to “wife” on his Facebook profile comes with the added bonus of turning that vacancy sign back on for the mistress position. (Credit: CB made that joke first and I borrowed it because it made me giggle.) They kept going on and on, too, because I guess at this point, they’ve decided that talking about their relationship really is all they have going for them. I know none of *you* asked, but since you’re still reading this, here’s where you get to learn that T.J. said the L word first, before he even held Amy’s hand. Quelle romantique.

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  1. LooneyTunes says:

    Ick Nast. They literally just destroyed their last marriages, but sure THIS one will last. 🙄

  2. Lucy says:

    What a bunch of obnoxious mess. I don’t care if third times the charm, this isn’t going to go good. When the podcast fully fizzles so will they.

  3. Harla A Brazen Hussy says:

    The constant grinning speaks to me as try-too-hard, who are they trying to convince, themselves?

  4. MrsFonzieFace says:

    I’m confused, why get married again when neither of you have proved to be very good at it?

  5. Angie says:

    Watching their cheap dramedy story arc – I mean this kind of couple never lasts. Please hasten destruction along so we can all move on!!!

  6. Bebop09 says:

    I’m very curious to know who listens to their podcast? Who’s the audience who care enough about these people to listen to a podcast about them?

  7. Amy Bee says:

    Wait a minute! Did they just announce their engagement? Anything to distract from the news that their exes are a couple.

  8. Mslove says:

    I agree, T.J. is looking for a new mistress, someone in their twenties no doubt.

  9. Raven says:

    These two only brought up marriage to get the media attention back on them and away from their ex’s. They are so thirsty attention that when they break up its going to get messy.

  10. Ameerah M says:

    Well they had to find SOME way of one-upping their exes for dating. And I guess they think this is the way. I could see these two getting married just for spite and headlines. And they will split approximately 1-2 years later.

  11. Seraphina says:

    They HAVE to keep the performance up because the only reason they got their podcast was that they came as a duo. If they split, they can kiss that podcast goodbye

  12. girl_ninja says:

    I do not care about these two at all…I just wanna see more Andrew and Marilee out and about please and thank you.

  13. Anonymous says:

    I don’t watch TV so never knew of these two before they hooked up and ruined their careers. They do look cute together tho’.