'Good Morning America' Will Not Discipline T.J. Holmes And Amy Robach For Alleged Affair
Co-anchors and newly revealed couple T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach will not face punishment by Good Morning America for their alleged affair.
Page Six learned from an ABC staff member that there will be no disciplinary action against the GMA3 co-anchors and that employees were told during a Thursday meeting to act as if everything is normal.
"All they care about is the ratings," the source shared. "This is ratings gold. That's why [ABC News President] Kim [Goodwin] wanted them on the show today."
Holmes, 45, and Robach, 49, are married to other people. However, their relationship is said to have begun in August, shortly after both parties separated from their spouses.
After photos of the two personalities together came out, Holmes hosted the Wednesday show solo. "Welcome to 'GMA3' minus two," the Daytime Emmy nominee joked. "Ain't that something?
"Yes. Robach is not here," he continued. "Dr. [Jennifer] Ashton, not here. Stuck with me, folks."
But Thursday, the two were back on air together and completely disregarded the allegations that had circulated in the media.
Everything seemed normal as they went on with the show. At one point, Holmes asked, "Who is looking forward to the weekend?"
Robach laughed, replying, "Uh, me!"
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