Allison Holker Thanks Fans After Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss Death

Allison Holker, tWitch

Allison Holker shared a video on Instagram thanking the fans for their support following her husband Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss’ death by suicide at age 40 last month.

“I just want to say thank you,” Allison began the video, “for all the love and support that you guys have sent to me and my family at this time.”

“It has been very challenging and emotional,” she said. “But you guys have brought so much hope and inspiration to us by sharing stories and memories and moments and different ways that Stephen impacted your life, and it’s brought us so much hope and inspiration.”

Allison continued, “He was someone that was just beautiful, and he lived his life from love. And he made you feel a certain way. My family and I have always said that we wanted to make sure that our purpose was lived out by bringing joy to people, joy to people’s homes, from dance or love,” she wrote.

“And that’s not going to change for us. It’s going to feel a little bit different, but we know that that’s our purpose, and we’ll still do that to this day. And I hope that we can remember the feeling that he gave us, and remember that we can can still move from there. We can still move and choose love. And we can still choose grace. We can still choose kindness.”

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“I will always be there for you guys. And I appreciate you guys being there for us at this moment. It goes a really far way for us. So thank you.”

Allison concluded: “I hope you guys remember how special you are, and how much of an impact you make around the world, and continue to move from there. We love you guys.”

Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss died at 40 by suicide on Dec. 13, leaving behind a suicide note alluding to past struggles.

Up until his shocking death, the dancer and entertainer led a successful career. The hip-hop dancer finished So You Think You Can Dance season 4 as runner-up in 2008. After that he spent several seasons as an all-star dancer–serving as a mentor and dance partner for current contestants. Ultimately, he sat on the judges panel of SYTYCD in 2022.

In 2013, he performed on Dancing with the Stars. In 2014 he joined the Ellen Degeneres Show as her DJ and eventually became an executive producer. He hosted the E Entertainment competition Clash of the Cover Bands in 2021. He also appeared in the movie Magic Mike XXL. In 2017, he and Allison Holker hosted the documentary series Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings.

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