Boss’ longtime friend and confidant Justin Timberlake tweeted: “Hearing that someone who made a room so happy was suffering so greatly behind closed doors is terrible. I’ve known Twitch for more than 20 years through the dance community; he was always a positive presence. Simply put, you can never truly understand what another person is going through. “.

“Take care of one another,” he continued. I adore the image of myself in the mirror. Watch out for your people. I’m sending light to his lovely family during this trying and gloomy time. You will be missed, sir. Put yourself at ease. “.

JoJo Siwa, Boss’ fellow SYTYCD judge, paid him a moving tribute on Instagram, referring to him as “forever the world’s dancing dad.”. “.

My heart is utterly broken. Twitch was a mentor and best friend not just to me but to so many other people. During our collaboration on SYTYCD, he positively influenced my life, and I’ll never forget that. I’ve looked up to my best friend since I was a baby, Siwa wrote. “Twitch always offered the best counsel.

We exchanged a LOT of grins, smirks, and even tears. Even though I know you are in a better place now, we will all miss you very much. I’m sending my prayers and love to His lovely wife and their three wonderful kids.

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Thank you for letting everyone benefit from your talent. One day, I’m eager to see you again (an inside joke we have that I will always hold onto). The world will continue to spin, dad. I cherish you, brother. Stephen Twitch Boss, may you rest in peace. “.

Cheryl Burke, a professional on Dancing with the Stars, responded on Instagram as well, posting two pictures of herself with Boss. For “always putting a smile on my face, being so joyful, and inspiring,” she praised him in her article. ”.

“My heart aches for Sir Twitch A Lot, Allison Holker, and their beautiful family. Twitch, I appreciate you representing the dancing community with such grace and positivity, but more than that, I appreciate you as a person,” she said. “I want to thank you for making me smile and for being so joyful all the time. May your soul rest in peace, buddy. “.

Channing Tatum, who plays Boss, shared an Instagram photo with the caption, “Having no words, There are none. I’m unable to understand this with my mind or heart. There is too much, and I don’t know where to begin. I love you. I’ll see you again, my friend. Until then.

Katie Couric opined, “This is so, really sad. “Stephen “tWitch” Boss, a well-liked producer and DJ on the Ellen DeGeneres Show as well as a dancer who gained notoriety on So You Think You Can Dance, committed suicide,” she continued in her Instagram post. He was forty years old. “