T.J. Holmes Admits to Feeling Angry as Hell' Over His and and Amy Robach's 'GMA' Firing
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The former 'Good Morning America' co-host reflects on their exit, stating that they were initially upset but later realized the opportunities that came from it.

AceShowbiz - T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach have expressed gratitude towards ABC News despite their departure from the organization and "Good Morning America" in January 2023 following the revelation of their relationship. While acknowledging their initial anger, they now appreciate ABC News for bringing them together and leading them to a healthier and happier place.

During a live podcast episode in June, Holmes reflected on their exit, stating that they were initially upset but later realized the opportunities that came from it. Despite the media scrutiny and professional setbacks, Holmes and Robach appear to be thriving as a couple.

Despite the controversy, Holmes has also revealed a darker period in his life during which he battled depression. He described walking the streets at night, abusing alcohol, and having thoughts of suicide. Holmes credits Robach for being his anchor during that difficult time, saying she wouldn't "let me slide on anything" and "literally helped save" his life.

Robach acknowledged that she noticed Holmes' struggles and offered support, which ultimately led to their friendship and subsequent romantic relationship. The couple has since become more visible as a couple, making red carpet appearances and launching their podcast.

Despite the drama surrounding their relationship, Holmes and Robach have remained open about their experiences on the podcast. They have discussed their desire to marry, although they have not yet made a decision. They have also expressed gratitude for the support of family, friends, and fans.

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