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Live’s Kelly Ripa brutally mocks GMA3 ousted hosts Amy Robach and TJ Holmes’ ‘affair’ scandal with NSFW dig

Live’s Kelly Ripa brutally mocks GMA3 ousted hosts Amy Robach and TJ Holmes’ ‘affair’ scandal with NSFW dig

KELLY Ripa has slammed former GMA3 hosts Amy Robach and TJ Holmes for their torrid love affair.

Kelly, 52, is the host of the daytime television show Live with her husband Mark Consuelos, 52.

GettyKelly Ripa hosts a podcast called Let’s Talk Off Camera, and her recent guest was her Executive Producer[/caption]

Felipe Ramales for The US SunKelly threw massive shade at former GMA3 co-hosts Amy and TJ[/caption]

She is also the host of the podcast Let’s Talk Off Camera, and her most recent guest was the Executive Producer of her television show, Michael Gelman.

Toward the end of the episode, Kelly mentioned ABC’s most recent scandal with Amy, 50, and TJ, 45.

The two Good Morning America3 alums have been laying low since they were fired from the show nearly six months ago for their on-air love affair.

Kelly asked her guest: “That was like a huge scandal for ABC. Are you worried that your two hosts now might be caught in some way?”

Michael responded: “You guys aren’t having sex, are you?”

The Generation Gap host replied: “I told Mark for the duration of our time on the show, we should absolutely not have any form of -“

The whole conversation was very sarcastic as they threw jokes at each other.

But Kelly finished the segment with a massive slap in the face to Amy and TJ.

She said: “We’re not trifling around in the news division. We’re on the entertainment side.

“We’re the place where maybe you can bang your co-host. Who knows, we’ll see.”

HIDE YOUR LOVE

Amy and TJ made a “crucial misstep” in the fallout of their affair, a PR expert exclusively told The U.S. Sun.

Amy and TJ’s relationship seems to have only gotten stronger since they were fired from GMA3.

They were photographed going on a run together through Manhattan, locking hands while on a romantic stroll during a date night, and were seen kissing while enjoying lunch at an outdoor café.

Edward Coram-James, chief executive of leading PR firm GoUp spoke exclusively to The U.S. Sun about their PDA-filled public outings.

While Coram-James largely blamed the actions of ABC for causing a larger crisis and drawing out the story of their affair, he noted that TJ and Amy also failed to play their role.

“The area that Holmes and Robach have misstepped is in their public displays of affection,” he said.

He continued: “The public is usually forgiving about affairs, but on the condition that the principals are seen to be behaving well and sensitively to their former partners/spouses.”

Speaking expertly about the impact of affairs, Coram-James noted that the ultimate revelation of such a relationship “can often be a huge relief.”

“Those lies and the sneaking around can weigh heavy and take an emotional toll,” he said.

The PR guru explained that while TJ and Amy may feel stronger than ever and united in the scandal, they should have avoided the temptation to embrace their open relationship straight away.

GETTING BACK TO WORK

The former co-anchors were married to other people when their romance was leaked in November 2022.

Amy was married to her ex-husband Andrew Shue, 56, and TJ to his now-ex-wife Marilee Fiebig, 45.

The couple is currently unemployed as they’re reportedly taking their time finding work which PR expert Edward Coram-James says will not be difficult.

The chief executive of leading PR firm GoUp spoke exclusively to The U.S. Sun about their future.

“Holmes and Robach will be fine,” he explained after revealing how commonplace affairs are and noting how theirs appears to be based on a true foundation of connection and romance.

Coram-James admitted: “They will have to live with the guilt of the hurt they’ve caused and will also have to reflect on the ‘What if’s’ based on the mistakes that they made in the PR fallout.”

“They’re both incredibly talented and respected anchors and their wrongdoing is very far from terminal. They’ll get more work,” he said.

He concluded: “In my opinion, ABC made a significant (albeit common) error here. In the same vein, I don’t believe that the two principals needed to move on from ABC.

“As said, as unfortunate and inappropriate as affairs are, they are a normal part of life. The audience will likely have quickly moved on.” 

ABCKelly and Michael were joking that she doesn’t have relations with her co-host, who is also her husband[/caption]

Wise Owl for The US SunA PR expert said TJ and Amy shouldn’t have shown so much PDA so quickly after they were fired[/caption]

GettyThe same PR specialist also said that they wouldn’t have a hard time finding work[/caption]

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