Billy Bush and wife Sydney Davis reportedly 'trying to reconcile'

By AOL.com Editors

Nov 19th, 2018 at 2:13AM

Billy Bush isn't just working on getting his career back on track.

According to Page Six, the ousted "Today" show co-host and his wife, Sydney Davis, are attempting to fix their marriage three months after initial reports surfaced that they were splitting back in September.

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"They are trying to reconcile and it seems like they're making progress," a source told Page Six TV. "They're working on it."

Back in September, a source told the outlet that Davis was "10,000 percent out of there" and said that the couple was "done," though Bush's lawyer responded to the reports by saying that "they are now separated, and on a short-term break."

It appears as though his lawyer was right, as Bush and Davis' reunion appears promising after a break of less than three months. The couple has been married for almost 20 years, and they share three daughters. They married back in 1998.

"Billy still has his wedding ring on," the source added.

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The report comes the same week that Bush made his grand return to TV on Stephen Colbert's "The Late Show" on Monday night one year after his infamous "Access Hollywood" tape with Donald Trump leaked online and resulted in NBC firing him.

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On "The Late Show," Bush reacted to Trump reportedly claiming that the tape wasn't genuine.

"You can't say that. That is your voice," he told Colbert about Trump. "I was there. You were there. That's your voice on the tape. [...] All of these women came out with their names and told their detailed accounts. So, when he said this, it infuriated me on the personal front."

His appearance was one day after he wrote an op-ed in The New York Times confirming that the tape wasn't fabricated.

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