‘Try Guys’ taking week off after firing Ned Fulmer for affair

The Try Guys announced they’ll be taking a week off from their podcast to “formulate” their thoughts after firing Ned Fulmer.

“The TryPod will be taking a week off, and returning next week on Oct 6,” the group tweeted early Thursday. “We wanted to take some time to formulate our thoughts before recording the episode. Thanks for being patient.”

The YouTubers axed 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 do not see a path forward together. We thank you for your support as we navigate 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 kids.

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

Ariel also spoke out, telling fans she was thankful for their support, but despite the infidelity, it appears Ariel and Ned may be sticking together, as they were both seen wearing their wedding rings while out together.

Meanwhile, Herring’s now-ex fiancé, Will Thayer, seemed to be moving on before the news of her affair broke. Thayer’s friend Steven Cuzzort shared an Instagram picture Sunday where the two enjoyed a glass of Champagne at Jones Bar and Grill in Hollywood.

“Ma bois [sic] back in town. If ya know you know,” Cuzzort captioned the snap, where Thayer flashed a smile.

Herring and Thayer were set to tie the knot after being together for more than a decade.