Six months after Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes’ affair made headlines, the “GMA3” co-anchors have officially been replaced.
ABC revealed Thursday that Eva Pilgrim and DeMarco Morgan are taking over the journalists’ roles.
The duo will be joined by Dr. Jennifer Ashton.
The Chief Health and Medical Correspondent previously worked with Robach and Holmes until they were taken off the air in December 2022.
“Allow us to reintroduce ourselves,” read the network’s Instagram statement.
“Join us in welcoming @evapilgrim and @demarcomorgan as co-anchors of #GMA3, along with @drjashton as chief health and medical correspondent.”
Morgan shared the same promo pic to his own account, writing, “GOOD MORNING AMERICA 🇺🇸 ‘All it takes is one move from God. Just one!’ IT’S OFFICIAL!”
As for Ashton, she gushed“BREAKING: ABC News announces new anchors @evapilgrim @demarcomorgan for our Number 1 rated daytime show @abcgma3 !”
Pilgrim, for her part, has yet to celebrate the news on social media.
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Prior to the announcement, “GMA3” was hosted by rotating journalists, including Gio Benitez and Phil Lipof. The former will emcee the show’s weekend broadcasts.
When Holmes and Robach exited the network in January, ABC News President Kim Godwin called the pair a “distraction” in an all-staff email.
The co-anchors were both married to other people when news broke of their relationship in November 2022.
Robach was in the process of divorcing her husband Andrew Shue at the time, which was made final in March.
Holmes filed for divorce in December 2022 after “blindsid(ing)” wife Marilee Fiebig, and the former couple now co-parent 10-year-old daughter Sabine.
Meanwhile, Holmes and Robach appear to still be going strong, as they have been recently photographed making a PDA-filled errands run, competing in the NYC Half Marathon together and canoodling on tropical vacations.
An insider told Page Six in March that they have been “aggressively pitching” a new project to the producers of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and trying to “sell their chemistry.”