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The scorned exes of Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes are seen together for the first time since it emerged that the pair are dating.
DailyMail.com spotted Andrew Shue and Marilee Fiebig on Friday morning packing two cats into his green Jeep Wrangler before heading off for the weekend.
They were each dressed casually – Fiebig in jeans and a hoodie and Shue in a jacket and sneakers – as they chatted and smiled at one another.
The unlikely couple have reportedly been dating for around six months and bonded over the experience of seeing their marriages crumble so publicly when the affair was exposed in November 2022.
Don’t they look happy! DailyMail.com spotted the Andrew Shue and Marilee Fiebig on Friday morning packing two cats into their car before heading off for the weekend
The exes of Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes are seen together for the first time since it emerged that the pair are dating
The unlikely couple have reportedly been dating for around six months and bonded over the experience of seeing their marriages crumble so publicly when the scandalous affair was exposed in November 2022
They were each dressed casually – Marilee in jeans a hoodie and Shue in jacket and sneakers – as they chatted and smiled at one another
‘It turned into something else, and they’re connected over their values. It’s bigger than the affair now,’ a source said of the new relationship
They were seen packing their belongings into Andrew’s Jeep Wrangler before heading off for the weekend
In a bizarre twist, news of the relationship between the pair’s ex-spouses was revealed this week by the New York Post.
‘It turned into something else, and they’re connected over their values. It’s bigger than the affair now,’ a source said.
An insider has claimed that Fiebig and Shue’s dalliance is the real deal, and is ‘bigger’ than Robach and Holmes’ at a time when the ex-news anchor couple have also seemingly taken their relationship to the next level.
After seeing their marriages fall apart a year ago, the former flames of the GMA hosts apparently have ‘moved on’.
‘They’re not heartbroken and sad… everyone has moved on,’ the source added.
Fiebig, an attorney, reportedly settled her divorce with Holmes in October 2023, while former soccer star and actor Shue, best known for his role as Billy Campbell, finalized their split in March.
Holmes, who has two children from his first marriage, shares one child with Fiebig.
Robach and Shue did not have any children together, but often praised their ‘blended family’ as Shue’s three sons were joined by Robach’s two daughter’s when they tied the knot in 2010.
An insider has claimed that Fiebig and Shue’s dalliance is the real deal, and is ‘bigger’ than Robach and Holmes’ at a time when the ex-news anchor couple have also seemingly taken their relationship to the next level
Marilee Fiebig, the ex-wife of T.J. Holmes, and Amy Robach’s former husband Andrew Shue have grown close in the wake of their exes’ scandalous romance over the past year, DailyMail.com has confirmed
Shue was born in Wilmington, Delaware, in February 1967 and rose to fame after appearing in the Beverly Hills spinoff, Melrose Place, as Billy Campbell.
He was featured on the Aaron Spelling drama for six seasons, dating his co-star and on-screen love interest Courtney Thorne-Smith in the early 1990s.
Shue also tried his hand at soccer, appearing for the Bulawayo Highlanders in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League.
He later made five appearances for Los Angeles Galaxy in the 1996-97 season, recording one assist in five games.
Shue then shifted his career focus to become an entrepreneur and founder of the charity DoSomething and the website CafeMom with friend Michael Sanchez.
DoSomething aims to inspire and engage young people to create positive change in the world, both online and offline, through various campaigns.
One of the charity’s most notable efforts was the Diversify My Emoji campaign, which ultimately saw Apple create emoji options to include emojis of people from various ethnic backgrounds.
Shue married Jennifer Hageney in 1994, welcoming three sons – Nate (1996), Aidan (1999) and Wyatt (2004), before they split in 2008.
After his split from Hageney, he married Amy Robach in 2010, with the pair together for 12 years before their split in 2022 due to the latter’s affair with GMA3 co-host T.J. Holmes.
Robach and Holmes have not worked since last January when they were axed by ABC over their secret romance but have now launched a podcast called Amy and T.J.
Photographs posted on Robach’s Instagram show Holmes with his arm casually draped on Shue’s shoulder, with both men apparently firmly part of Robach’s ‘half marathon posse’
Marilee and Robach even had a close relationship, often posing with each other in social media snaps
Marilee Fiebig, 46, was born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, but moved to the United States when she was five years old ‘because my mom wanted my siblings and me to fully take advantage of the educational opportunities that she didn’t have growing up in Africa,’ she told Marie Claire.
She added that her experience moving to the US actually inspired her career in law, saying: ‘I watched my mom go through the immigration process, being married to a U.S. citizen, having children with dual nationalities at the time, and so that whole process struck a chord with me.’
Fiebig has also worked for rapper Jay-Z, as Chief of Staff at his entertainment agency RocNation, according to People.
After Fiebig married T.J. Holmes in 2010, the couple welcomed their first child together, a daughter named Sabine, in January 2013.
She reportedly settled her divorce with Holmes in October 2023 following the pair’s separation in August 2022.
Fiebig has served as Save the Children’s chief diversity officer since June 2021.
According to her bio on the organization’s website, ‘Marilee spent more than a decade practicing immigration law before she transitioned to the corporate world, committed to having a direct impact on the diverse range of talent embarking on opportunities in the U.S. and around the world.’
Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes claimed on their new podcast that they began dating after they were separated from their spouses
DailyMail.com was first to reveal that Robach and co-host TJ Holmes were having an affair. Holmes was seen giving his lover a playful squeeze from behind as she packed up the car during a trip to New York’s Shawangunk Mountains
DailyMail.com spotted Amy and T.J. holding hands in and Uber last year which solidified their affair
Holmes and Robach have relaunched their careers through new iHeartRadio podcast Amy & T.J., where they spent this week’s episode talking about the chaotic aftermath of the affair when they both lost their GMA gigs.
The couple were taken off the air on December 5 last year when their relationship became public knowledge. Following the initial revelation, it emerged that T.J. had relationships with other female staffers at ABC.
On the podcast, Amy said she was ‘shaking’ as she arrived at T.J.’s apartment the first time their fling was exposed, and found him in a deep state of despair after turning to weed and alcohol to help him cope.
TJ.. said that the day the story was broken, he left work at 11.00am and proceeded to spend the rest of the day ‘pounding vodka’ and ‘taking too many edibles.’
When their extramarital fling was revealed, an inside source told DailyMail.com that they had been close for some time, and were ‘even socializing as a foursome with each other’s spouses.’
The pair have also dismissed claims they were ‘adulterers’, and insisted they were already well into the process of divorcing their spouses when their affair came to light.
‘We lost the jobs we love because we love each other,’ Holmes said in the first episode.
‘To be clear, we were outed as being in a relationship, but everyone else thought we were being outed as adulterers — being outed as cheating on our spouses — and it wasn’t the case,’ he said.
For almost two years, Holmes and Robach became on-air favorites as they built an undeniable chemistry, and even gushed about their blossoming friendship.
But it was revealed that for the last six months of their stay on GMA3, the married co-stars had been sharing more than a mutual love of running.
Last week, the couple took to Instagram to announce the launce of their podcast, Amy and T.J.
Offering a glimpse inside the dramatic days after their relationship came to light, Robach said she found Robach in such an intoxicated state that she had to check he was ‘warm.’
On the day he drowned his sorrows in vodka and edibles, Robach recalled receiving a text from Robach saying, ‘I’m sorry. You were the love of my life. I’m so sorry. This has happened.’
Robach said his use of the past tense was concerning, and she shot back: ‘You’re scaring me. Please, tell me you’re okay.’
After he failed to pick up the phone, Amy said that she was then contacted by bosses at ABC who were also struggling to trying to get in contact with him.
The former ABC personality said that she was with her parents when she received those text messages and she relayed them which prompted her mother to burst into tears.
From there, Amy and her father jumped in an Uber and headed straight for T.J.’s home. After insisting to his doorman that they be let up, she said that she found her lover ‘sprayed out’ on his bed.
‘I ran to you and I said: “T.J.!” and you didn’t move and I remember it was the most awful thing having to touch your body to see if you were warm. I was so afraid. You were just incoherent.’
Despite his state, Amy said that she was relieved to know that he was still alive.
‘I knew you were alive. I knew you were gonna be okay. I stayed with you for a little bit. My dad stayed with me. He told me: “I was so afraid of what you were gonna find.”‘
T.J. said that the experience was something the pair ‘need to’ and ‘will’ talk further about ‘down the road’.