Marilee Fiebig has no interest in keeping up with ex-husband T.J. Holmes.
Fiebig recently unfollowed both Holmes and girlfriend Amy Robach on Instagram, per Us Weekly.
While the 45-year-old was reportedly still following the pair up until last month, she seemingly decided to sever ties with the twosome after they both posted photos and video from their first red carpet outing as a couple.
Holmes, 46, and Robach, 50, made their red carpet debut over the weekend at iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball 2023.
The couple color-coordinated in black-and-white outfits, with Robach rocking a leather minidress and booties, while Holmes opted for a dark suit with a slightly unbuttoned white shirt.
The broadcasters were all smiles as they walked the red carpet, with Holmes even placing his hand on his leading lady’s backside.
However, the loved-up posts were seemingly enough for Fiebig to finally hit the “unfollow” button.
Fiebig and Holmes, who were married for nearly 13 years, settled their divorce in October — one year after his months-long affair with Robach was exposed.
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The former morning show anchor and Fiebig share a 10-year-old daughter, Sabine. He also has two other children from a previous relationship.
Holmes filed for divorce from the immigration attorney in December 2022 shortly after he and Robach were photographed on a romantic vacation together — despite both being married at the time.
Sources told us at the time that Fiebig was “blindsided” by the affair and “had no idea” that Holmes was being unfaithful.
Similarly to Holmes, Robach filed for divorce from then-husband Andrew Shue that same month to pursue a relationship with her co-anchor.
Despite getting fired over their affair, the journalists have been going strong ever since and have even teamed up for their next project: a podcast titled “Amy and T.J.”
The pair plans to “explore meaningful conversations about current events, pop culture, and everything in between” during the show, which they announced in November.
While the duo didn’t divulge too much information about the podcast, they teased that “nothing is off limits.”
“‘Amy & T.J.’ is guaranteed to be informative, entertaining, and above all, authentic; it will mark the first time Robach and Holmes speak publicly since their own names became a part of the headlines,” according to a statement shared with Page Six.
The audio show — which reportedly garnered the two a hefty sign-on bonus — is set to launch on Tuesday, which also may explain why Fiebig unfollowed when she did.