TJ Holmes and Amy Robach completely ignored speculation over their alleged affair while co-hosting “GMA3” one day after the news broke.
During’s Thursday’s broadcast, the pair were back on air as normal, with Holmes asking, “Who is looking forward to the weekend?”
Robach laughed, replying, “Uh, me!”
Holmes, 45, hosted their solo show on Wednesday, hours after the Daily Mail obtained photos of the ABC personalities getting cozy on various New York outings.
“Welcome to ‘GMA3’ minus two,” the Daytime Emmy nominee joked at the time. “Ain’t that something?
“Yes. Robach is not here,” he continued. “Dr. [Jennifer] Ashton, not here. Stuck with me, folks.”
When “Good Morning America” kicked off on Thursday morning, co-hosts Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos and Whit Johnson also ignored the alleged affair.
Holmes and Robach, however, showed up “as a couple” despite “producers … freaking out and having meetings about whether it was right to put them back on air again together,” a source told Page Six.
“They … said they were ready and totally fine to go on air,” the insider claimed. “Their attitude seems to be that they are both separated, and now they are together, so there’s nothing to hide.”
The duo reportedly began their romance in March while training together for a marathon. They reportedly split from their spouses in August amid the months-long affair.
Holmes has been married to Marilee Fiebig, with whom he shares 9-year-old daughter Sabine, since March 2010.
While celebrating their 10th anniversary in March 2020, Holmes wrote via Facebook that he had given the immigration lawyer, 45, “plenty of reasons, excuses and opportunities” to leave their marriage.
Robach, for her part, wed husband Andrew Shue in February 2010, and their divorce is “almost finalized,” a source recently revealed to Page Six.
Meanwhile, Shue, 55, has wiped Robach from his social media.
The journalists have both been married twice, with Holmes divorcing Amy Ferson in 2007 after welcoming daughter Brianna and son Jaiden.
As for Robach, the 49-year-old and Tim McIntosh ended their union in 2009.
Reps for Robach and Holmes, who have both deactivated their Instagram accounts, have yet to return Page Six’s numerous requests for comment.