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'GMA' Hosts Reportedly 'Not Ashamed' Of Extramarital Affair Rumors—And ABC Execs Love The 'Ratings Gold'

After photos of Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes supposedly engaging in an extramarital affair surfaced, the two 'Good Morning America' hosts deleted their Instagram accounts.

Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes
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UPDATE: On Monday morning, ABC News president Kimberly Godwin announced Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes will be placed on hiatus while the network decides on a course of action.

It seems that to ABC, any publicity is good publicity.

Good Morning America anchors Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes had the internet buzzing last week after photos surfaced of the two indulging in a weekend away in upstate New York.

The two are married.

But not to each other.

The now-viral photos are below.

Robach and Holmes are married to their respective spouses since 2010, but word on the street is that both marriages have been rocky for awhile.

But it seems their careers are solid as ever.

Page Six reported the two would not face any disciplinary action from the network for the alleged affair.

A source told the news outlet:

"All they care about is the ratings."
"This is rating's gold. That's why [ABC News President] Kim [Goodwin] wanted them on the show today."

The source claimed employees were told to act as if everything was "normal."

"They're not ashamed."
"They're two consenting adults, who ended up loving each other."
"It's not how they wanted [the news of their relationship] to come out, but it's also kind of a relief."

Many on Twitter chimed in—if, in fact, their previous relationships were done—the two should have their fun.

Others felt it shouldn't affect their careers one way or another.

On Thursday's broadcast, Robach and Holmes—like the rest of the staff—acted as if all was normal and carried on with their typical reporting duties.

The sources told Page Six:

"Their attitude seems to be that they are both separated, and now they are together."
"They [feel they] don't owe anyone anything."
"There's nothing to be ashamed of."