Michelle Obama And Ellen DeGeneres ‘Heartbroken’ Over Death of Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss

Stephen Laurel “tWitch” Boss was an American dancer, choreographer, actor, TV producer, and TV personality who did freestyle hip-hop dance. In 2008, on the American version of So You Think You Can Dance, he came in second. Michelle Obama And Ellen DeGeneres ‘Heartbroken’ Over Death of Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss. tWitch was found dead in the hotel bathroom of the Oak Tree Inn in Encino, California at roughly 11:15 a.m. PT, from a gunshot wound to the head he had inflicted against himself. Death was declared immediately upon arrival.

Michelle Obama ‘Heartbroken’ Over Death of Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss

Michelle Obama has expressed her “heartbreak” over the Death of Stephen “tWitch” Boss, saying he was kind and generous.

On Tuesday, the popular 40-year-old dancer was found dead at a Los Angeles hotel. She was a DJ and guest host on Ellen DeGeneres‘s old daytime talk show. Allison Holker, Boss’s wife, said that the father of three had died.

Obama has been on DeGeneres’s show many times. On Wednesday, she wrote on Instagram that she “got to know” Boss over the years through her Let’s Move! campaign against childhood obesity and her appearances on “Ellen.”

“Stephen was an incredible force,” Obama wrote to her nearly 52 million followers. “He radiated kindness and positivity and made sure the people around him could feel it, too.”

Obama said, “We could feel his spirit in every dance, every DJ set, and every creative idea he brought to life.”

Obama wrote, “My heart goes to his wife, Allison, and their three children, Weslie, Maddox, and Zaia.” She also told her followers who are “struggling and need to talk to someone” to get help.

Obama said, “Please know that you are never alone.” “Someone is always willing to help. You can call the suicide and crisis hotline at 988 or text.

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Ellen DeGeneres ‘Heartbroken’ Over Death of Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss

Stephen “tWitch” Boss was a longtime DJ on Ellen DeGeneres’s old talk show and a co-executive producer. On Wednesday, Ellen DeGeneres said in a statement that she was “heartbroken” about his death.

“I’m heartbroken. “tWitch was love and light in its purest form,” she wrote on Instagram. “He was my family, and I loved him with all of my heart. He will be missed. Please send Allison and his three beautiful children, Weslie, Maddox, and Zaia, your love and support.

In a statement to CNN on Wednesday, his wife, Allison Holker Boss, confirmed that he had died at age 40.

The LA County Medical Examiner says that he killed himself. The LA County Coroner’s Office finished looking into his death and released the report on Wednesday.

In 2014, Boss started working as a DJ on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” He went on to become a co-executive producer and sometimes a guest host.

During the show’s run, when some employees said that DeGeneres created a toxic work environment, Boss stood up for his friend DeGeneres in public.

“Legally, we can’t talk about it too much, but I’ll say this: there was love,” Boss told Us Weekly. “There are, of course, some things to talk about, but from my point of view and many others, there has been love. I’m just going to leave it at that until we can discuss it more openly. Love has existed and will continue to exist.”

This year, as the show was getting ready to end, Boss remembered his time on it with fondness and told Entertainment Tonight that it was hard to say goodbye.

“I know that everything has a beginning and an end, but I think that the closer it gets to the end, the more you start to miss it and enjoy all the little moments that make you think, ‘Well, maybe I’m not ready to say goodbye just yet,'” he said. “But at the same time, this is how things should go, and I’ve said before that I’m just happy for my friend to start a new part of her journey, you know?”

When it was time for “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” to end, DeGeneres surprised Boss on air with a touching tribute.

She said at one point, “Well, I don’t want to leave.” She then told about the first time they met, which was at her house for a dance lesson.

“It was like getting to know each other in a hurry… “He was so kind and patient with me, she said. “We just became friends because we were both learning to dance.”

DeGeneres said that the show was missing something when he wasn’t there, no matter the reason.

She said, “I know he’ll look over and make silly jokes.” “tWitch, you know how much I love you. Every day when we say goodbye, we tell each other this. We both tell each other “I love you” after the show. He tells me, “I love you a lot,” and I tell him, “I love you.” So, he will always be a part of my life.”

Boss was moved by the video piece and what DeGeneres said.

“I’ll always remember that you gave me a place where I can just be myself,” he said. He also joked, “I always felt at home, whether I was a real DJ or not.”

“You’re a fake DJ, but you’re a good man,” DeGeneres joked back.

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