The duo, who got axed from GMA3 after their relationship was uncovered, spoke about how they were allegedly "dirty dancing" at Today show producer Jen Long's wedding, but the blonde beauty, 50, said they didn't even bust a move at the event.
Holmes, 46, claimed he doesn't read any articles about himself and went on to address "other headlines" that went around in the past few days, which he said had "agendas."
“We absolutely anticipated that that was going to happen. There’s nothing we can do about those,” Holmes said. “But this place, this podcast, this platform is not and will never be … We are committed to a place that this is not gonna be about gossip, this is not gonna be a place where we clap back at headlines.”
He continued, “We are not going to get into that back and forth game because gossip is toxic.”
Holmes then declared he's in a good spot in his life and wants to focus on the positive.
“Today we are here, we are happy, we are healthy, we are grateful, we are so touched by the response and we are onward and upward," he said, to which Robach added, “We certainly are.”
As OK! previously reported, Robach's ex-husband Andrew Shue and Holmes' ex-wife Marilee Fiebig are now an item. Though the public just found out about the news, Robach and Holmes "have known about their romance for months," an insider claimed.
The new couple is still trying to remain under cover, as they don't want to "publicize" things too much, even though "they care deeply about each other ... [the relationship is] still developing."
Fiebig and Schu initially bonded over their divorces but then they "connected over their values," an insider claimed.
"It’s bigger than the affair now," the source declared.
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Meanwhile, in early December, Robach and Holmes made their red carpet debut at iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball in Los Angeles, and they were psyched to show off their relationship after months and months of avoiding the spotlight.
“We were just being us,” Robach said of being handsy. “Apparently that means being handsy and a lot of PDA, but you know what? We're in love. We're happy. I don’t know how else to act.”