T.J. Holmes Allegedly Cheated On His Wife With A “Good Morning America” Producer Before The Amy Robach Scandal

December 4, 2022 / Posted by:

Every day we discover a new heinous crime committed by Good Morning America’s T.J. Holmes. The scandal that rocked the morning meemaw gossip circles continues to merrily chug along. If you’ve not been invited to the GMA text chat and don’t know what a T.J. Holmes or an Amy Robach is, they’re two morning hosts who got caught “getting cozy” with each other and not with the people they were married to. Their affair has been the biggest thing to hit morning show news since we “shockingly” discovered that Matt Lauer was an asshole. Now that everyone knows that T.J. and Amy are rotten cheaters, some super sleuths have uncovered more of T.J.’s dirty laundry. Before Amy sashayed into the picture, T.J. was allegedly doing the nasty with one of GMA’s producers for at least three years. How many horny marathons did this guy run?

T.J. and Amy reportedly left their spouses for each other and have been going on adorable dates. At least, that’s what their co-workers think. Everyone else is a little icked out by the whole thing. But as revealed by Page Six, this isn’t T.J.’s first hoedown. He was hooking up with married GMA producer Natasha Singh for three years. This affair began as a long-distance thing where they’d meet up for “romps” (ew) but slowly blossomed into a situation where T.J. eventually had a key to Natasha’s apartment. Awww!

Before T.J. Holmes started a relationship with his “GMA 3” co-anchor Amy Robach, he had a three-year affair with married “Good Morning America” producer Natasha Singh that started in 2016.

Multiple sources told Page Six the cheating duo confided in Robach about their infidelity.

“Amy was the person they went to talk to about their affair and marriages,” an insider claimed.

Another source disputed that Robach was their confidante and insisted “she didn’t know about the affair until it was in its final stages. They told her about it right at the end.”

So, Amy knew first-hand how messy T.J. was and decided, “yes, this is the man I will leave my 10+ years marriage for?” We might have a serious case of dickmatization. Holmes’s wife eventually discovered the affair.

Holmes’ wife, Marilee Fiebig, found out about the affair in 2019 after discovering several emails, we’re told.

And as rumors swirled about Holmes and Robach, “Marilee never considered Amy because she was focused on Natasha. She never thought about [him cheating] with Amy because they were friends. Amy’s daughter was their daughter’s babysitter,” the first source said.

Actually, I can’t blame dickmatization. Amy’s clearly messy. Eventually, TJ. called off the affair and reconciled with Marilee. However, Natasha kept showing up on T.J.’s Instagram which kept Marilee distracted from the real threat: Amy’s coochie! It was only after seeing a “too personal” birthday card from Amy to T.J. that Marilee realized her husband was unfaithful. You know your marriage is on the rocks when you can’t keep up with all the possible affairs. She was probably blinded by love, but Marilee should’ve clocked that T.J. was not to be trusted when he posted a “tribute” to her during their reconciliation.

If your significant other posts a loving message about you on social media for the world to see and instead of talking about how cool and smart you are, you’re described as “patient” 30 times, it’s time to run!

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