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'GMA 3' co-anchors to remain off-air amid reports of romantic relationship

ABC News launched an internal inquiry after it was reported that T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach were in a romantic relationship.
T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach on “GMA3: What You Need to Know”  on Oct. 25, 2022 on ABC.
T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach on “GMA3: What You Need to Know” on ABC on Oct. 25.Jeff Neira / ABC

Rotating anchors will fill in for T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach on ABC News’ “GMA3” after it was reported that the co-anchors were romantically involved, a network executive said Monday.

Referring to the "ongoing matter" involving Holmes and Robach, ABC News president Kim Godwin said she understood that the coverage could be distracting.

“Amy and T.J. will remain off-air pending the completion of an internal review, and there will be a rotation of anchors at GMA3 for the time being,” she said.

Godwin did not say who would be in the rotation.

Holmes and Robach were taken off the air last week after the Daily Mail reported that they had been seen holding hands and spending time together.

Godwin previously said the apparent off-air relationship does not violate company policy. Robach and Holmes have been married to other spouses since 2010.

A representative for Robach and Holmes declined to comment Monday.

The pair have co-anchored "GMA3," a spinoff of "Good Morning America," since 2020.

Robach, who worked for MSNBC and NBC News for nine years, joined ABC News in 2012. Holmes, who briefly worked as a contributing anchor for MSNBC, joined the network as a co-anchor of “World News Now” in 2014.