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Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes Declare 'No Weapon Formed Against Me Shall Prosper' in Cozy Snap After Podcast Launch

The photo comes one day after the first episode of their 'Amy and T.J.' podcast dropped on Tuesday, featuring the couple detailing the backstory of their romance

<p>Jesse Grant/Getty </p> T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach attend iHeartRadio 102.7 KIIS FM

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T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach attend iHeartRadio 102.7 KIIS FM's Jingle Ball 2023 Presented by Capital One at The Kia Forum on Dec. 1, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.

Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes have a message for their fans — and their haters — after launching their new podcast, Amy and T.J., on Tuesday.

Holmes, 46, took to his Instagram Story on Wednesday to thank their followers for tuning in to the podcast’s first episode with a selfie of him and Robach, 50, leaning their heads on each other. Beneath the cozy shot, Holmes wrote, “thank you all ❤️" and tagged their podcast's account, as well as Robach.

Across the screen read a Bible verse — which were also lyrics from a Fred Hammond & Radical for Christ song playing in the background — with a different message.

“No weapon formed against me shall prosper,” it said.

The verse is pulled from Isaiah 54:17, and concludes with, "And every tongue which rises against you in judgment You shall condemn," though Holmes did not include that second line on his Instagram Story.

Robach later reshared the post on her own Instagram Story.

<p>Amy Robach/ Instagram</p> T.J. Holmes' Instagram Story post, which was reshared by Amy Robach

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T.J. Holmes' Instagram Story post, which was reshared by Amy Robach

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The verse was seemingly targeted toward the cynics of Robach and Holmes’ relationship, which the former GMA3: What You Need to Know hosts only recently made Instagram official in November when they announced their joint podcast.

Breaking their silence on the podcast's premiere on Tuesday, Robach noted, "Today is a special day. It’s almost apropos that we would have this podcast air on December 5th because December 5th last year, exactly one year ago today, was the day we were told not to come into work."

"We never got a follow-up call to say come back," laughed Holmes, while Robach added, "That’s true. It was the opposite.”

One year ago, ABC News President Kim Godwin decided to put them on hiatus after news of their workplace romance surfaced, leading them both to officially depart the series in January.

On the podcast, Holmes shut down rumors of an affair, saying, “To be clear, we were outed as being in a relationship, but everyone else thought we were being outed as adulterers — being outed as cheating on our spouses — and it wasn’t the case because the odd thing is, the day those pictures were taken and the day that article was released, we both at that point were in divorce proceedings."

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"We had attorneys, mediators, we were in the middle of divorces," insisted Robach, saying that when the first images of her and her now-boyfriend were taken, it was three months after her estranged husband had moved out of the house they shared together.

Holmes joked that the couple pondered calling the podcast Scandal-less “because this was the scandal that wasn't."

Since their relationship was confirmed, Robach and Holmes have become more comfortable being in the public eye together. Over the weekend, they made their red carpet debut as a couple at iHeartRadio's Jingle Ball 2023.

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