‘Try Guys’ takes week off after Ned Fulmer resigns over affair

'Try Guys' takes week off after Ned Fulmer resigns over affair 1

The Try Guys have announced that they are taking a week off their podcast to “formulate” their thoughts after firing Ned Fulmer.

“The TryPod is taking a week off and will be back next week on October 6,” the group says tweeted early Thursday. “We wanted to take some time to formulate our thoughts before shooting the episode. Thanks for your patience.”

The YouTubers fired Fulmer, 35, this week after he admitted to cheating on his wife, Ariel Fulmer, with one of their producers.

“As a result of a thorough internal review, we see no way forward together. Thank you for your support in navigating this change,” read the statement from remaining members Keith Habersberger, Zach Kornfeld and Eugene Lee Yang.

About an hour after the group’s announcement, Ned released a statement of his own explaining that he was now focusing on his wife and children.

“Family should have always been my priority, but I lost focus and had a consensual working relationship,” he wrote after people caught him kissing Try Guys producer Alex Herring in a bar in New York City.

Ariel also spoke out, telling fans that she was grateful for their support, but despite the infidelity, it seems that Ariel and Ned are staying together as they both wore their wedding rings while they were together.

Meanwhile, Herring’s ex-fiancée, Will Thayer, seemed to move on before news of her affair broke. Thayer’s friend Steven Cuzzort shared an Instagram photo on Sunday of the two enjoying a glass of champagne at Jones Bar and Grill in Hollywood.

“Mom bois [sic] back in town. When you know, you know,” Cuzzort wrote on the snap, to which Thayer smiled.

Herring and Thayer would tie the knot after being together for over a decade.

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