Stephen Twitch Boss Dies: ‘Ellen’ Show Dj, ‘Twitch’ Boss, Dies At 40!

Stephen Twitch Boss Dies: The death of Stephen “tWitch” Boss, the show’s DJ for almost a decade, was disclosed by his wife on Wednesday. He was 40. A Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner representative confirmed Tuesday morning in Encino that the boss’s body had been found.

According to publicly available documents, suicide was the cause of death, and the location was a “hotel/motel.” Allison Holker Boss, his wife and the mother of his three children released a statement following his passing.

I have to tell this with the heaviest of hearts, but my husband Stephen has left us,” she stated. He was a rock for us, a wonderful husband and father, and a role model for his many admirers. Leaving a legacy is an understatement, and his beneficial influence will be felt for a long time.

Holker Boss reflected on her husband’s character, saying, “leading with love and the light was everything to him,” highlighting his devotion to his loved ones and his commitment to serving others.

The family has asked for privacy, but she said, “I am convinced there will not be a day that goes by that we don’t commemorate his memory.” I will always keep the last dance for you, Stephen; you are loved and missed.

In 2014, Boss was a guest DJ on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” as reported by Deadline. In the year 2020, he was promoted to the role of executive producer on the show. According to his IMDb page, Boss formerly competed on “So You Think You Can Dance” and has had appearances in multiple “Step Up” flicks.

Stephen Twitch Boss Dies
Stephen Twitch Boss Dies

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He and his wife, a dancer who has performed on “So You Think You Can Dance,” uploaded a video to Instagram on Sunday of them dancing in front of their Christmas tree. They both shared Instagram images earlier this week commemorating their ninth wedding anniversary.

Posting on Instagram, Holker Boss gushed, “Saying YES to @sir_twitch_alot a lot has been one of the best decisions I have ever made in my life!! It’s amazing how loved and blessed I feel right now. In no way, shape, or form am I going to take you or our love for granted, sweetie. Say it with me: “I LOVE YOU.”

On Wednesday, people from all over the world paid their respects to Boss. DeGeneres called Boss “pure love and light,” She claimed the news of his death left her “heartbroken.” She posted a photo of herself and Boss in a bear hug with the caption, “He was my family, and I loved him with all my heart.”

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He was a good friend, and I shall miss him. Please keep Allison and his lovely children, Weslie, Maddox, and Zaia, in your thoughts and prayers. In a statement, Warner Bros. Television Group praised Boss’ “multi-faceted brilliance” and “integral element” of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”

Every day, he was able to unite individuals from all walks of life in an atmosphere of fun and goodwill. The studio emphasized that “above all else,” he was a devoted friend, husband, and father.

Former “So You Think You Can Dance” judge Paula Abdul once stated, “tWitch greeted the world every day with a wonderful smile that was a direct representation of his beautiful heart.” For the dancing world, he was a shining example and a genuine artist whose influence will endure long after his death.

‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’s former executive producer Andy Lassner tweeted a photo of himself, Boss, and DeGeneres with the comment, “Rest, my buddy.” Tamar Braxton, a singer and television personality responded to Holker Boss’ final Instagram post with the words, “My heart is torn. I do apologize.

In a similar vein, actress Olivia Munn wrote, “Oh my gosh… my whole heart is with you and your family.” Viola Davis, an actor, said she was “at a loss for words right now” and was “praying for his family and loved ones.” Boss and Jada Pinkett Smith co-starred in the film “Magic Mike.”

As soon as I awoke, I discovered that tWitch had been shut down. She expressed her sadness for Boss’s family in an Instagram post featuring a photo of her with Boss and Donald Glover. On the set of Magic Mike, we all had a great time. He was incredibly friendly, helpful, and giving.

There are a lot of silent sufferers out there. Pinkett Smith continued, “I wish he could have known that he didn’t have to.” If you believe this is interesting, please discuss it with the other people you know. Visit the website Lighthousejournal.org for the most recent news and updates regarding famous people.

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