Two hosts of the popular American morning show “Good Morning America,” Amy Robach and TJ Holmes, fear they will soon be terminated from their positions as an investigation by the network into their reported affair continues. The investigation began six weeks ago after reports surfaced of the co-hosts’ alleged romantic relationship. Since then, both hosts have been absent from the show, and their future with the network remains uncertain.
According to sources close to the couple, Robach and Holmes have retained legal representation and are preparing for the worst possible outcome. However, it is important to note that no official decision has been made by the network yet.
The reports of the alleged affair began in November 2022, when the two were seen on several public dates together while they were both still married to other people. The couple has not commented publicly on the allegations, but sources close to them report that they feel the investigation has dragged on for too long and that there is no basis for their termination. They also stated that the two are two consenting adults and that they believe that if they were put back on air over the holidays, this would all be behind them by now, and nobody would care.
Both Robach and Holmes have been prominent figures on the “Good Morning America” show for many years. Robach has been with the network for over two decades, and Holmes has been a co-host on “GMA3” since 2019.
As the investigation continues, the future of both hosts remains uncertain. The network has not made any official statements regarding their status on the show, and it is unclear when a decision will be made. However, both Robach and Holmes have retained high-powered attorneys, indicating that they are prepared to take legal action if necessary.