Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes are still together and don’t seem to be slowing down.
People hear from a source. What You Need to Know About the GMA3 The co-anchors’ relationship has been “stronger than ever” since news of their relationship first broke.
“They’re just going along and doing their thing,” the source said of the couple, who were taken off the air on December 5 and are still off the air while ABC looks into their relationship.
The update on their relationship comes after they were seen out together in Miami at the end of last month, where they were seen kissing, walking along the beach, and going to a convenience store.
A source had said before that the two “are in love” and are fine with letting people know about their budding relationship.
The source also said, “They spent the holidays together and are spending all of their time together right now.” “They are definitely dating.” “They don’t have any reason to hide anything, so they don’t.”
Photos of the TV stars holding hands in a car while on vacation in upstate New York and getting close at a bar in New York City made people think they were dating on November 30. Holmes, 45, and Robach, 49, both closed their Instagram accounts hours after the photos were made public. (Robach has since turned on her account again, but Holmes’ account is still not working.)
Page Six can confirm that Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes are leaving ABC and “GMA 3” because of their scandalous affair.
A person who knows about the talks going on this week told us, “They haven’t finished mediation yet, but that will be the end of it,” meaning that Robach and Holmes will leave the network.
By Friday afternoon, ABC confirmed that the two had signed their exit contracts and sent an email to staff letting them know they were leaving the network.
“After several productive conversations with Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes about different options, we all agreed it’s best for everyone that they move on from ABC News,” the company said in a statement, while ABC News President Kim Godwin called the whole thing a “distraction” in an email.
Sources close to ABC on Friday that the station and its anchors have decided to break up after an “extremely contentious” mediation.
Reports say that both Robach, who is 49, and Holmes, who is 45, will get contract pay. But another insider tells Page Six that if a deal isn’t reached, “unless ABC comes to a satisfactory departure agreement with both Amy and T.J., they could both sue the network.”
Are T.J. Holmes And Amy Robach Returning To ABC News
T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach won’t be going back to work at ABC News.
People Confirm GMA3: What You Should Know After ABC’s investigation into their relationship, the co-anchors will not be going back to work.
“After Amy Robach, T.J. Holmes, and I talked about different options for a while and came up with some good ideas, we all agreed that it would be best for everyone if they left ABC News.” “We appreciate and are grateful for their hard work and talent over the years,” an ABC spokesman said in a statement.
“A decision on new co-hosts for [GMA3 and 20/20] will be made later,” says the spokesperson.
A source had previously said that Holmes, 45, and Robach, 49, were not likely to keep their jobs at the network after they were taken off the air on December 5.
“There are no talks about what will happen to them,” the source said. “ABC’s investigation is coming to an end.”
The source went on to say, “Even though it’s unlikely they’ll come back in the same way they left—the longer time goes on, the less likely it is that they’ll come back—there are still open lines of communication, and more talks are being held about what will happen.”
The second source said of the couple, who went out in Miami last month and spent the holidays together, “They’re just going along and doing their thing.”
Photos of the TV stars holding hands in a car while on vacation in upstate New York and getting close at a bar in New York City made people think they were dating on November 30. Holmes and Robach both closed their Instagram accounts hours after the photos were made public. (Robach has since turned on her account again, but Holmes’ account is still not working.)
In December, ABC News President Kim Godwin sent a memo to staffers about the news. It said that the pair would “remain off-air pending the completion of an internal review” and that the programme would be filled in by a rotation of anchors.
She said that the “continuing coverage” of the co-anchors’ relationship “can be distracting from the incredibly important work our team does here at ABC News.”
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