Ellen DeGeneres Is “Heartbroken” By The Passing Of Her Co-Host And DJ, Stephen “tWitch” Boss, As Celebrities Offer Their Respects

Ellen DeGeneres Is "Heartbroken" By The Passing Of Her Co-Host And DJ, Stephen "tWitch" Boss, As Celebrities Offer Their Respects

Following DJ Stephen “tWitch” Boss’ passing at the age of 40, Michelle Obama, Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Lopez, and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson were among those paying homage to him.

Following the passing of US dancer and DJ Stephen “tWitch” Boss at the age of 40, celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres, Jennifer Lopez, and Michelle Obama paid tribute to him.

His wife, Allison Holker Boss, verified the information on Wednesday.

The artist allegedly committed “suicide” in a hotel, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office.

Before being elevated to co-executive producer in 2020, the dancer DJ began working for The Ellen Show in 2014.

DeGeneres, 64, posted the following on Twitter: “I’m heartbroken. tWitch was only pure light and love.

“I loved him with all of my heart because he was my family. He will be missed.

Boss has worked with DeGeneres and was a finalist on the US version of So You Think You Can Dance. He has also acted in movies including Step Up All In and Magic Mike XXL.

Michelle Obama, a former first lady, described her reaction to the news as “heartbreaking.”

The actress and singer Lopez also shared a tribute on her Instagram page, writing: “Twitch was such a light and a wonderful spirit. astonished and really sad.

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For @sir twitch a lot, his wife, and their kids, my heart hurts. I’m sending you love and courage.

Boss was a “wonderful person,” and as Dwyane “The Rock” Johnson noted in a sympathy tweet, “you never know what’s going on between the ears.”

Justin Timberlake claimed to have known tWitch for more than 20 years through the dance scene.

The singer and actor stated in a tweet: “Hearing that someone who so brightened a room was suffering so much behind closed doors is devastating.

Simply said, you can never truly know what someone is going through.”

The Oscar-winning musician Questlove wrote: “Rest in Melody Twitch,” while actor Jamie Foxx described his feelings as “beyond saddened.”

Ellen DeGeneres Is "Heartbroken" By The Passing Of Her Co-Host And DJ, Stephen "tWitch" Boss, As Celebrities Offer Their Respects

tWitch’s wife said in a statement that was printed in People magazine: “I must convey with the heaviest of hearts that my husband Stephen has left us.

“Stephen lighted up every space he entered.”

Anyone in the UK who feels suicidal or emotionally distraught may contact Samaritans for support by calling 116-123 or sending an email to jo@samaritans.org. Call your local Samaritans branch or 1 (800) 273-TALK if you’re in the US.

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