Before his recent exploits with “GMA 3” co-anchor Amy Robach, TV personality T.J. Holmes reportedly had a three-year romance with married “Good Morning America” producer Natasha Singh.
According to many accounts, the unfaithful couple confided in Robach about their infidelity.
“Amy was the person they went to talk to about their affair and marriages,” an insider claimed.
Another also said that Robach was their confidante and insisted “she didn’t know about the affair until it was in its final stages. They told her about it right at the end.”
Holmes was based in New York and Singh working as a producer for the show from Los Angeles when their affair began in 2016.
Holmes was reportedly a “GMA” correspondent at the time and they always met for romps during his travels.
Singh, who is also a yoga teacher and mediator, left the show in 2018 and moved to New York, where she started working as a producer for CBS Mornings. That’s when she and Holmes started spending even more time together.
“She fell in love with him. He had a key to her apartment,” another insider told us. When Page Six reached out to Singh, she said “no comment”.
Holmes’ wife, Marilee Fiebig, found out about the affair in 2019 after discovering several emails.
As rumors swirled about Holmes and Robach, “Marilee never considered Amy because she was focused on Natasha. She never thought about [him cheating] with Amy because they were friends. Amy’s daughter was their daughter’s babysitter,” the first source said.
Holmes ended the affair and the couple started working to reconcile their marriage throughout the pandemic.
Robach, however, remained friends with Singh and it angered Fiebig because “she would see photos of them on Instagram and she didn’t understand how their friend and her husband’s co-host could remain friends with the woman who tried to break up their marriage,” a third source said.
Singh’s friendship with Robach, however, soured earlier this year “around spring because [Amy] was so close to TJ,” they added.
It wasn’t until the summer that Fiebig grew suspicious of Robach because they started seeming “closer than colleagues.” Multiple sources told the publication that Holmes and Robach would have random meetings during the day and hit the pub to have drinks with each other.
Still, Holmes and his wife “were fully together” in August and even celebrated his birthday with a trip to the Bahamas.
It was there that Feibig discovered a birthday card from Robach that was too personal and “it brought back the old Natasha drama. She couldn’t trust him anymore,” the third source said.