Takes a cheater to know a cheater.
Things were going great for the World Surf League. Successes from last year’s “most ever watched” Final’s Day, which so far counts 8 million live viewers with that number still climbing, bled into this year with the just-announced multi-year partnership with an Australian ladder company.
The sky the limit, or at very least, ceiling?
It was looking that way until, that is, Good Morning America’s third hour hosts TJ Holmes and Amy Robach became entangled in a sultry affair, blowing up their marriages to other people, including but not limited to, Andrew Shue.
Do you remember him?
Playing the role of Billy Campbell on the 1990s hit Melrose Place, Shue… sorta also got screwed then too if memory recalls. Partners cheating on him left and right.
In any case, Holmes and Robach flitted off to Mexico’s deadly “Pipeline” after they agreed not to go back to work, though it was later revealed Puerto Vallarta was the location, as opposed to Escondido, and spent time walking hand in hand, gazing into the paparazzis’ eyes and canoodling at the bar while nursing cold Pacificos.
The World Surf League’s longtime partner Corona left on ice.
The aforementioned, though, has cheated on Corona much with Michelob Ultra, 805, Barefoot Chardonnay but to name a few.
What goes around etc.
More as the story develops.