In the wake of their highly publicized scandal, former “GMA3” co-hosts Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes are peeling back the layers of their tumultuous journey, offering a raw and emotional look into their “year of adversity.” In the inaugural episode of their new podcast, “Amy & T.J.,” the duo bares their souls and delves into the challenges they faced when their once-private relationship became tabloid fodder in November 2022.

As the 50-year-old Robach reflected on the aftermath of the scandal, she couldn’t hold back her tears, revealing that there were moments she felt like she “wanted to die.” The cancer survivor bravely shared her struggles with grappling with unprecedented feelings and the difficulty of facing the public fallout, confessing, “I just didn’t want to get up. I didn’t want to see what new headlines were going to be out there.”

In an especially heartfelt moment, Robach recounted a harrowing incident during the “dark” phase that the 46-year-old Holmes went through after their romance became public. She recalled conducting a “welfare check” on Holmes, driven by concern as she received alarming texts from him in the past tense and struggled to get in touch with him through ABC producers. She described the anxiety she felt and the desperate rush to Holmes’ apartment, where she found him unresponsive on the bed. It was a scene no one should have to experience – having to touch his body to see if he was warm and coherent.

Holmes then shared the circumstances that led to his distressed state, opening up about a day of excessive drinking and consuming numerous weed edibles. Despite the harrowing experience, the pair assured their listeners that they are currently “happier than ever” and deeply in love. They emphasized the strength of their bond, describing themselves as “best friends” whose relationship has only grown “stronger and better” as they now plan a life together in the aftermath of the scandal.

The comprehensive episode touched on various aspects of their journey, coinciding with the anniversary of the day they were suspended from their respective jobs. At that time, Robach and Holmes were still married to Andrew Shue and Marilee Fiebig, respectively. Although they denied having an affair, they clarified that their previous unions had concluded when they were publicly revealed as a couple.

In what has been the first time they have spoken out about the scandal, the former ABC personalities characterized themselves as “the folks who lost the jobs [they] love because [they] love each other.”

The episode paints a vivid picture of the pain, despair, and ultimately, the resilience of two individuals who have weathered the storm together. Now, with the launch of their podcast, Amy and T.J. invite their listeners to join them on their journey of healing, growth, and newfound happiness.

In the wake of their storm, the duo has paved a path of hope, embracing the power of vulnerability and transparency as they navigate the complexities of love and the high price it exacted on their professional lives. As they forge ahead, their love story stands as a powerful testament to the unwavering strength of the human spirit and the transformative power of love in all its forms.

The “Amy & T.J.” podcast promises to be a beacon of inspiration, offering a lifeline of hope and understanding to anyone traversing the rough seas of adversity and upheaval.

Ultimately, amidst their year of adversity, Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes have emerged as beacons of resilience, their love shining brightly as a testament to the human spirit’s unyielding strength. In the words of Amy, “There is hope even in the darkest moments, and love has the power to heal and restore what has been lost.”

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