Pictured: T. J. Holmes and Amy Robach co-anchoring “GMA3: What You Need to Know” on Sept. 23, 2022, on ABC. ABC/Heidi Gutman


  • T.J. Holmes and married producer Natasha Singh allegedly had a three-year affair that started in 2016, reports claim
  • Holmes and Singh allegedly confided to Amy Robach about their relationship
  • Holmes ended the alleged affair with Singh and worked to reconcile his marriage to his wife during the pandemic

T.J. Holmes allegedly started cheating on his wife more than five years ago, reports have claimed.

Holmes, 45, allegedly had an affair with married "Good Morning America" producer Natasha Singh before he started a relationship with his "GMA 3" co-anchor Amy Robach, Page Six reported. His alleged affair with Singh reportedly began in 2016 and lasted three years.

Singh had "no comment" on the affair allegations when the outlet reached out to her. International Business Times could not independently verify the claims.

Daily Mail also reported that Holmes allegedly had a three-year affair with Singh, who was close friends with Robach. The relationship reportedly led to the end of Singh's marriage to 43-year-old film producer Garrett Braren, whose credits include "Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon."

Robach was aware of Holmes and Singh's alleged relationship, multiple sources told Page Six. The pair reportedly confided in Robach about their alleged infidelity.

"Amy was the person they went to talk to about their affair and marriages," one anonymous source claimed to the outlet.

However, a second unnamed insider denied that Robach was their confidante, telling Page Six that "she didn't know about the affair until it was in its final stages. They told her about it right at the end."

Holmes and Singh's alleged affair reportedly started off long distance. He was based in New York, while she worked as a producer for the show from Los Angles. At the time, he was just a "GMA" correspondent, and they would allegedly meet up for romps when he traveled out of town, according to Page Six's sources.

Singh, who is also a yoga teacher and mediator, exited the show in 2018 and moved to New York, where she started working as a producer for "CBS Mornings." Her move to the Big Apple reportedly gave her and Holmes the opportunity to spend more time together.

"She fell in love with him. He had a key to her apartment," another unnamed insider claimed to Page Six.

Holmes' wife Marilee Fiebig found out about their alleged affair in 2019 after discovering some emails, Page Six reported.

Fiebig was reportedly focused on her husband's alleged affair with Singh and didn't think something was going on between him and his co-star, 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 told the outlet.

Holmes ended the alleged affair and worked to reconcile his marriage to Fiebig throughout the pandemic. He and his wife were still "fully together" in August and celebrated his birthday with a trip to the Bahamas, according to Page Six.

After photos of Robach and Holmes holding hands in a car surfaced online this week, her husband Andrew Shue scrubbed her from his Instagram.

Despite allegations that they were having an affair, unnamed sources told People that the "GMA3: What You Need To Know" co-anchors didn't begin dating until after they separated from their respective spouses.

"This was two consenting adults who were each separated. They both broke up with their spouses in August within weeks of each other," the insider claimed. "The relationship didn't start until after that."

Ginger Zee, Elle King, Amy Robach, and Sara Haines on "Good Morning America"
From left: Ginger Zee, Elle King, Amy Robach, and Sara Haines on are pictured on "Good Morning America." ABC/Ida Mae Astute