TJ Holmes & Amy Robach’s “relationship is suffocating” as they are “devastated by the horrific ending” at GMA, PR expert says

TJ Holmes and GOOD Morning America’s Amy Robach’s relationship is suffocating as they are likely devastated by their horrible end at GMA, a PR expert has said.

ABC released a statement confirming that Holmes and Robach were officially ousted from the network on Friday.

TJ Holmes and Amy Robach have officially been fired from GMA and ABC


TJ Holmes and Amy Robach have officially been fired from GMA and ABCPhoto credit: Author:
News of Robach and Holmes' alleged affair made headlines back in November


News of Robach and Holmes’ alleged affair made headlines back in NovemberPhoto credit: Author:
Holmes and Robach co-hosted GMA3


Holmes and Robach co-hosted GMA3Photo credit: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

The pair were pulled from GMA3 amid an internal investigation following news of their alleged affair.

“After several productive discussions with Amy Robach and TJ Holmes about options, we all agreed that moving away from ABC News is best for everyone,” said an ABC News spokesperson.

“We recognize their talent and dedication over the years and are grateful for their contributions.”

Eric Schiffer, chairman of Los Angeles-based firm Reputation Management Consultants, spoke exclusively to The US Sun about Holmes and Robach’s relationship and departure.

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“Scary Ending”

Schiffer, who does not represent Holmes or Robach, shared that the ups and downs of the situation could affect the pair both personally and professionally.

“I’m sure their relationship is stifling on some levels because it’s really emotionally difficult to go from such a pinnacle of romantic excitement and a successful performance together on the same show to a horrific ending,” he said.

“I’m sure they both have questions about whether they made the right move.”

Holmes is married to Marilee Fiebig while Robach is married to Andrew Shue.

Holmes and Fiebig dated 11 years while Robach and Shue dated 12 years.

It was reported that Holmes filed for divorce on December 28 in New York.

He and Fiebig have one child together, nine-year-old daughter Sabine.

Holmes also has two children, Brianna and Jaiden, from his previous marriage.

Robach and Shue’s divorce is now “almost” complete.

“Whirlwind romance turned apocalyptic”

Schiffer believes Holmes and Robach were devastated by the series of events and their ouster from ABC.

“They were devastated about a whirlwind apocalyptic romance because … what they love, the entertainment and news side, has now become ‘Kaboom,'” Schiffer said.

“They must decide how to pick up the pieces from the destruction and try to turn them into positive ones.”

Schiffer said that while neither Holmes nor Robach are “Toast,” it’s unlikely they’ll work together anywhere else.

“The choices they have as personalities are either their own show over YouTube [or] individual opportunities from other networks,” he said.

“But the likelihood of them showing up together on another network is like a unicorn jumping over the White House gate. Highly unlikely.”

“What you’re likely to see is that they’re going in different directions.

“They’re just going to go into markets that are likely to have a lot less attention and potentially entrepreneurial approaches like YouTube and others where they can actually make money and do pretty well.”


Schiffer also commented on how Holmes, Robach and ABC will all progress.

“The fact that they’re going into mediation isn’t necessarily going to harm them,” Schiffer said of Holmes and Robach.

“They are now in a system that Disney is sure to find a way out of without much controversy and further damage to the brand.”

Regarding the timing of ABC’s internal investigation, Schiffer said it may have been targeted.

“Part of that is letting the heat of the story simmer, filling in other talent to keep the show going, and conducting a thorough investigation to enforce Disney’s position on policy violations to address the financial burden.” to maximize exit,” he said.


Schiffer offered advice from his perspective as a PR guru.

“You’ll see them do some kind of interview,” he said of Holmes and Robach.

“It’s probably getting paid and trying to rectify the smoking crater of her reputation and share her side of it.

“Because, look, they have an audience and they still have fans who like them.

“For them, being able to tell their story is a way to… potentially help them move forward.”

From experience, Schiffer would advise Holmes and Robach to conduct a seated interview.

Schiffer said it’s important that an interview is conducted together and that their plot is clear.

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“I would wait until the mediation is complete, unless the mediation leads to nothing. But provided they successfully work things out with Disney, then they’re going to want to share their story and how they fell in love,” he said.

“Because this is a love story, a love story, a success story, but also a romantic story of destruction in the modern television age.” TJ Holmes & Amy Robach’s “relationship is suffocating” as they are “devastated by the horrific ending” at GMA, PR expert says


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