Megyn Kelly slams T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach: ‘He’s an ass and she’s victimized at everything’

Last week, Holmes and Robach devoted an episode of their podcast, “Amy and T.J.,” to a fight they were having.

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Megyn Kelly panned the ongoing soap opera between former “Good Morning America” anchors T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach after the pair aired a podcast discussing their lovers’ squabble.

“I’m sorry, I find them so unlikable,” Kelly said during Friday’s edition of her SiriusXM podcast “The Megyn Kelly Show.”

“He is an ass and she’s victimized at everything.”

Holmes and Robach, who were fired by ABC last year after their affair was revealed, devoted an episode of their iHeartMedia podcast, “Amy and T.J.,” to a fight they were having.

Holmes invited Robach to his home for a surprise podcast recording of an episode titled “Things Ain’t Right.”

“We ain’t right,” Holmes said. “You and I aren’t okay right now. I said, ‘You know what? Let’s set up and do a podcast.’”

Megyn Kelly panned the latest podcast episodes from Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes. Megyn Kelly/YouTube

Holmes and Robach host iHeartMedia’s “Amy and T.J.” podcast. ajrobach/Instagram

The former Fox News prime time host took issue with Robach saying that the “pressure” of finding content for their podcast “has consumed both of us.”

“I guarantee you these people are working three hours a day,” Kelly said, adding that Holmes and Robach are “both millionaires.”

“Just stop. No one feels sorry for you,” Kelly added.

Kelly took aim at Robach, saying: “She can’t believe all the work she has to do now as a podcaster. She’s used to somebody doing this for her, it’s stressful!”

The former “Good Morning America” co-anchors were fired by Disney-owned ABC in January last year. Kristina Bumphrey/Shutterstock

When Holmes and Robach cautioned their listeners that they “don’t want people to think we’re the perfect couple,” Kelly chimed in, saying: “We don’t, don’t worry.”

The Post has sought comment from Holmes and Robach.

Before they began dating, Robach, a former beauty pageant contestant, was married to former “Melrose Place” actor Andrew Shue, while Holmes was married to attorney Marilee Fiebig.

In November 2022, tabloid photos surfaced showing Robach and Holmes holding hands in a car while vacationing in upstate New York. The two were also seen canoodling in a bar.

As their relationship generated headlines, Disney-owned ABC decided to suspend the two from their anchor chairs on “GMA3,” the third hour of “Good Morning America.” 

Holmes and Robach, who co-anchored the third hour of “GMA,” have denied cheating on their then-spouses. ajrobach/Instagram

In January last year, they were fired following a company investigation into their romance.

Robach and Shue finalized their divorce last March, while Holmes and Fiebig divorced in October. Both ex-couples had gotten married in 2010.

In a twist fit for Hollywood, Shue has recently been spotted with Fiebig.

Holmes and Robach denied cheating on their then-spouses, insisting that their relationship began while both were separated.

Megyn Kelly panned the latest podcast episodes from Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes. Megyn Kelly/YouTube

Holmes and Robach host iHeartMedia’s “Amy and T.J.” podcast. ajrobach/Instagram

The former “Good Morning America” co-anchors were fired by Disney-owned ABC in January last year. Kristina Bumphrey/Shutterstock

Holmes and Robach, who co-anchored the third hour of “GMA,” have denied cheating on their then-spouses. ajrobach/Instagram

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