Amy Robach Reportedly Got A Much Better “Good Morning America” Exit Deal Than T.J. Holmes
Philanderous lovers, Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes, are still seemingly going strong after their affair went public and the two ended up ousted from ABC after an investigation into their workplace love led to Severanceville. Sources are now saying that they may have both been shown the door, but Amy was shown a much nicer door with a private elevator and a bathroom that probably has a built-in bidet with an automatic voice that gives you compliments on your asshole; because she got a bigger exit package than him.
News of T.J.’s previous affairs seemed to lead ABC to investigate the nitty-gritty of the dicking down going on at their office. While it probably didn’t dig up anything more scandalous than what we already knew about T.J.’s multiple affairs, including with a younger intern and a producer, the network still didn’t end up keeping either T.J. or Amy. Now they’re looking for replacements.
Page Six says that sources have now gabbed to them about the details of Amy and T.J.’s go-away packages. Amy ended up with a bigger deal, but sources explain that she’s worked there longer and hosted more shows–Amy started in 2012, T.J. in 2014, and as well as co-hosting GMA3 with T.J., she also did 20/20. Losing 20/20 might actually hurt because sources say she “worked really hard to get” the gig.
“Amy’s been at ABC a lot longer and has a much bigger contract [than T.J.].”
…Our second source told us it’s likely that the duo just got paid what they would have been owed for the remainder of their contracts and little, if anything, more. But they said, “It’s possible they could have gotten paid slightly more to sign an NDA–and to keep the peace.”
The duo just returned from a jaunt in Los Angeles, and a source says they’re “back in New York, laying low.” Perfect timing to lay low since her 50th birthday just passed, and it was also Amy’s 13th wedding anniversary to her now-estranged husband, Andrew Shue. Of course, to these two public canoodlers laying low probably means no tongue action outdoors.
To think, one affair with a co-worker led to Amy losing a GMA gig AND a 20/20 gig. Lucky for her, this is the age of the podcast, so the two of them could pivot their careers into a romantic duo of true crime podcasters and recreate a similar feeling.
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