What is Stephen tWitch Boss doing now?

Stephen tWitch Boss was an incredible dancer, DJ, and judge. He was a regular DJ on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and even competed and judged on the dance-competition series So You Think You Can Dance. His impact on the industry will be remembered and he will be dearly missed as he has passed away at the age of 40. He will remain an inspiration to many who want to pursue their dreams in the entertainment industry.

It is with heavy hearts that we report that beloved dancer and choreographer, Boss, has died. His wife, Allison Holker Boss, confirmed his death in a statement to People. On Tuesday 11:25 p.m., Boss passed away in an Encino, California hotel. The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office confirmed Thursday that the official manner of death was suicide.

It is with a heavy heart that I must announce that my beloved husband, Stephen, has left us. Stephen was the kind of person who brightened up every room he walked into. Above all else, he held family, friends, and community in the highest regard and always led with love and positivity. Stephen was the bedrock of our family and it is impossible to put into words the void his passing has left in our lives.

She continued: To say Stephen left a legacy would be an understatement; he brightened up the lives of everyone he encountered with his infectious smile, and his positive impact will be felt for many years to come. We were blessed to have him in our lives, and I am certain there won’t be a day that goes by that we won’t honor his memory. We ask for privacy during this difficult time, especially for our three children.

Ellen DeGeneres and Boss
Ellen DeGeneres and Boss on the set of “Ellen’s Game of Games.” 
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“Stephen, we love you, we miss you and I will always save the last dance for you,” she said, concluding her statement. He was a loving husband and an incredible father. Stephen could make anyone smile with just a simple gesture and he brought light and joy to everyone in his life. His kindness, genuine spirit and unwavering commitment to his family will be greatly missed, but never forgotten.

It has been a difficult few days for the Boss family, especially Ellen DeGeneres. On Wednesday, the beloved talk show host took to Twitter to express her sorrow over the passing of her longtime collaborator and friend, tWitch Boss. “I’m heartbroken,” she tweeted alongside a picture of the two hugging. “tWitch was pure love and light.

So You Think You Can Dance memorialized the contestant-turned-judge, Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss, on their Twitter account Wednesday. Their tribute post read, “We will always remember Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss for the light and joy he brought into our lives and into the hearts of so many. We grieve alongside his family, loved ones and fans. tWitch, we will never forget you.”

Jojo Siwa, Boss’ fellow judge on the show, recently posted a photo of herself wearing a bracelet with the word “Forever” engraved on it. Siwa shared the photo on her Instagram story and explained that she bought the bracelet as a “reminder of Twitch”, accompanied by a broken heart emoji. The post made fans emotional and was widely discussed by people who were touched by her sincere words of tribute. Siwa’s followers shared their own stories and examples of remembering their loved ones who have passed away.

Boss grew up in Montgomery, Alabama, and studied dance performance and choreography at Southern Union State Community College and Chapman University. She has performed in various ballets, such as The Nutcracker, and modern dance companies throughout the US. After graduating from Chapman, she opened her own studio and has been teaching for over 10 years. She is currently performing with the local San Francisco ballet troupe and is an adjunct instructor of dance at the University of California, Berkeley.

Since the age of 10, Toryn has been passionate about dance and has been taking classes in various styles. His dance moves landed him a spot as a semifinalist on MTV’s The Wade Robson Project in the early 2000s. He has also performed with well-known artists such as Lil’ Kim and Jason Derulo. Toryn is a dedicated and hard-working dancer, who is constantly pushing himself to learn new styles and techniques.

After his success on The Wade Robson Project, Toryn went on to pursue his passion for dance further by becoming a choreographer and teaching ballet. His hard work and dedication paid off when he was selected to compete in season four of the hit TV show So You Think You Can Dance in 2008. He finished as the runner-up, earning him critical acclaim and gaining him even more fans. His journeys on both shows have shown Toryn’s skill and determination, making him an inspiring example of what is possible with hard work.

In April 2014, Steven J. Smith made his debut on Ellen as the show’s guest DJ and quickly became a fan favorite. He continued to serve as a guest DJ and co-host until the show concluded in May of that year. Following his success on the show, he was asked to be an executive producer on the show beginning in 2020. With his help, the show continued to charm viewers and bring a smile to everyone’s faces.


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