Before Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes became famous for their office romance, the duo fell in love with the viewers of the third hour of “Good Morning America” for their light chemistry on the screen. This attraction didn’t stop once the cameras stopped rolling, presumably because the romance between the co-hosts was revealed in late November, which eventually led to them parting ways with ABC News. Now, as they weigh up their next career options, they are reportedly leaning towards what they know works — co-hosting the show.
Despite receiving a payout from their former employers — and not rushing back to work immediately —T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach are apparently starting to ponder their next professional steps. After their first public appearance in early March, the couple is “aggressively promoting” their own show to former producers of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” Page Six reports. According to an insider:
It’s easier for them to promote the show if they stay in the news and think they’re rock stars. They sell their chemicals.
Considering that the ratings of their former GMA3 show temporarily skyrocketed after the news of their affair — and the almost constant news coverage of their every move over the past few months — this sounds like a pretty strategic move for friends turned lovers. and the source did say that “they welcome the constant coverage” of their relationship.
So, what kind of show is Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes turning to Ellen DeGeneres’ producers? A source close to Robach said the couple is drawing inspiration from husband-and-wife duo Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos for their hopes of returning to television. It was recently announced that Ryan Seacrest is leaving Live with Kelly and Ryan and is being replaced by the host’s longtime husband.
Similarly, T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach already know from GMA3 that their real chemistry shines through to their audience, and this is probably especially true now that all the extra media attention is on. According to another insider:
They are absolutely sure that their chemistry will be sold because it was sold on ABC. [However, at ABC] they were selling this brother/sister chemistry. Now they sell sex.
Sharp! Despite everything that has happened to the former co-presenters over the past few months, one thing has remained true — T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach have never apologized or tried to hide their love for each other. Even as an ABC News investigation was looking for possible contract violations, the couple were spotted traveling together and doing PDA during their romantic vacations.
We’ll have to wait to see if the former GMA3 co-hosts can use this media wave in a new show for the two of them, but in the meantime, you can see their replacement every weekday at the third hour of GMA on ABC. , and check out our TV program for 2023 to find out what else will be released in the near future.