Since T.J., “Good Morning America” and “GMA3” have become “extremely chaotic” and “sloppy,” according to Gayle King. Numerous affairs of Holmes, including one with co-anchor Amy Robach, have been revealed.
The co-anchor of “CBS This Morning” initially stood by her two colleagues in the news, but on Thursday she told Andy Cohen on “Watch What Happens Live” that it was beginning to fall apart.
“At first, I honestly believed that ‘Good Morning America’ would remain on the air, since they have stated that they will not be canceled. It involves two consenting persons,” said King.
“However, the more you read, the messier it becomes,” she continued, referring to the fact that both Robach and Holmes were married when their affair began.
Gayle King commented on T.J. Holmes’ affair with Amy Robach.
“In my opinion, it’s a horrible situation because there are children and families involved, and I keep thinking about that. I am quite concerned about this,” remarked King, 67.
This week, ABC News removed Robach, 49, and Holmes, 45, from “GMA3” due to the “messy” facts of Holmes’ personal life.
She phoned T.J.. Holmes’ personal life was “extremely chaotic” and “quite sloppy.”
While Robach is close to finalizing her divorce from now-estranged husband Andrew Shue, Page Six reported that Holmes’ wife, Marilee Fiebig, was “blindsided” by his affair because not only had they been attempting to reconcile, but Fiebig had kept her attention on Holmes’ affair with another “GMA” producer, Natasha Singh.
“She became infatuated with him. Singh had a key to Holmes’s flat, according to a source familiar with their relationship.
Since then, the “GMA3” co-anchors have been removed from broadcast.
Unfortunately, neither Holmes nor Singh appear to be the only objects of his affection, since we also reported that he allegedly cheated on Fiebig with numerous ABC employees. ABC News has chosen to review Holmes’ behavior to determine if it broke company policy in light of the unexpected news.
An insider stated, “It’s one thing for him to have a connection with another anchor.” The point is whether or not he violated corporate policy by courting subordinate employees.