DJ Stephen “Twitch” Boss served as co-executive producer of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” for many years. Ellen DeGeneres paid tribute to Boss on her show after his passing on Wednesday.

Boss, a dancer who appeared in the “Step Up” and “Magic Mike” movie series, killed himself on Tuesday and was discovered in a hotel room in Encino. He had participated in the competition on “So You Think You Can Dance.”. “.

“I’m heartbroken,” DeGeneres wrote in the caption of an Instagram photo of her and Boss cuddling on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” set. Nothing but pure love and light made up tWitch.

He was a part of my family, and I loved him with all my heart. I’ll miss him a lot. Weslie, Maddox, and Zaia, Allison’s three beautiful children, deserve all the love and encouragement you can muster.

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The legendary executive producer of the Ellen DeGeneres Show, Andy Lassner, commented on the post, saying, “Nobody made him smile as you did. Lassner also tweeted a picture of himself, Ellen DeGeneres, and Big Boss smiling and sharing a ride in a car with the caption, “Rest, my friend. “.

Wright brothers. We are horrified and heartbroken by the awful news of Stephen “tWitch” Boss’s passing, and the Television Group stated in a follow-up statement to The Times. “tWitch had a wide range of talents and was a vital part of the family at both Warner Bros. and “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”. television network.

The statement continued by saying he could regularly bring people from various groups together to share their joy and laughter. Above all, she said, “he was a much-loved friend, husband, and father.”. We want to express our condolences and let his family, friends, and supporters know we are thinking of them.

After Boss passes away, his wife, dance partner Allison Holker, and their three children will continue.

Holker was quoted as saying in a statement provided to The Times that “to suggest he left a legacy would be an understatement” and that “his positive impact will continue to be felt. “.

We will never skip paying tribute to his memory for a single day. We kindly ask for your understanding as we request privacy during this trying time for our family, particularly for our three children. We want you to know how much we miss and love you, Stephen. I’ll keep the last dance for you no matter what.