Hosts Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes ‘fuming’ their exes are now dating

Hosts Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes ‘fuming’ their exes are now dating
  • PublishedDecember 7, 2023

Scandalous couple T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach premiered their new, eponymous podcast on Tuesday — only to be immediately overshadowed by the news that their exes Marilee Fiebig and Andrew Shue are dating each other.

A source told us Robach is “livid” with both Page Six and ex-husband Shue after the outlet broke the news that he and Fiebig have been dating for six monthsPage Six is told she “thinks her ex is trying to steal her thunder.”

“She’s convinced he did this to coincide with the debut of her podcast,” they said.

(A source said it would be unlike him to leak the story. “Andrew doesn’t steal the spotlight,” they said, “He’s so private. That’s not who he is.”)

“T.J. and Amy will have to address the story [about their exes dating] because they will still want to keep themselves in the news.”

Their relationship started amid controversial circumstances – now T. J. Holmes and Amy Robach have launched a podcast together. Picture: Monica Schipper/Getty

Their relationship started amid controversial circumstances – now T. J. Holmes and Amy Robach have launched a podcast together. Picture: Monica Schipper/Getty

“They must be so angry! [The news] stomped all over their big podcast debut,” said an industry inside who knows Holmes and Robach.

Holmes and Robach premiered the podcast on the first anniversary of their being ousted from their dream jobs anchoring the third hour of ABC News’ Good Morning America.

Meanwhile, other sources have said that Robach’s own friends are turned off by the podcast and her “narcissistic behaviour.”

“The self-importance and the fascination with themselves and thinking everyone is [rooting for them] … it’s just tone deaf,” a source said.

Robach said on the first episode of the podcast that longtime friend and former ABC colleague, Sara Haines of The View, supported her during the fallout from the affair.

Robach said that “there were days when I wanted to die” but that Haines “was an absolute pleasure.”

Holmes and Robach, with his ex-wife Marilee Fiebig (inset).

Holmes and Robach, with his ex-wife Marilee Fiebig (inset).

“She said, ‘I’m going to keep texting you, I’m going to keep checking in on you,’” Robach revealed, adding that Haines was “one of the people who wouldn’t stop texting me, even when I didn’t respond.”

Holmes said of ABC, “They’re probably going to fire her after this airs.”

She said she didn’t want to “bring [Haines] down with us.”

“I don’t want to necessarily do that, but she was incredible. She and I have been friends for 15 years,” Robach added.

Hanes doesn’t need to worry though. A network insider told Page Six, “Sara’s job is not in jeopardy for having concern for her longtime friend when she needed it.”

Robach and her now-ex-husband, Melrose Place actor Andrew Shue.

As for Holmes, he revealed he coped with their scandal by pounding vodka and edibles. But multiple sources have said that’s not completely out of character for the former news anchor.

On Wednesday, he seemingly called on a higher power to ward off his cynics. He thanked followers by posting a sultry photo of himself and Robach with lyrics from gospel artist Fred Hammond that read, “No weapon formed against me will prosper. It won’t work.”

It’s unclear if that was in response to their exes’ relationship raining on their parade.

A rep for Holmes and Robach did not comment. Fiebeg and Shue did not respond.

SOURCE: NEWS.COM

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