Ellen DeGeneres, Ciara, and More Stars Mourn tWitch's Death: "The World Lost a Bright Light"

The world is shocked to listen to in regards to the information of Stephen “tWitch” Boss’s loss of life. The “So You Think You Can Dance” alum, famed DJ who starred on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” and all-around expertise died on Dec. 13 from suicide on the age of 40, People confirmed. TMZ was the primary to interrupt the information.

Boss’s spouse, Allison Holker, shared an emotional assertion about her husband’s loss of life with People, saying, “Stephen lit up each room he stepped into. He valued household, buddies and group above all else and main with love and light-weight was the whole lot to him. He was the spine of our household, the perfect husband and father, and an inspiration to his followers.”

She continued, “To say he left a legacy can be an understatement, and his constructive affect will proceed to be felt. I’m sure there will not be a day that goes by that we cannot honor his reminiscence. We ask for privateness throughout this tough time for myself and particularly for our three youngsters.” Holker concluded with a particular message to Boss including, “Stephen, we love you, we miss you, and I’ll at all times save the final dance for you.”

Holker is not the one one who had sort phrases to share about Boss. Heartwarming statements from stars poured out on social media on Wednesday, together with one from a member of the Magic Mike Live group (Boss starred in 2015’s “Magic Mike XXL”) who tweeted, “Rest in Power, @official_tWitch. An incredible expertise with a form coronary heart and fierce love who shall be missed. The @magicmikelive group has your loved ones in our ideas.”

Read forward to see how different celebrities are reacting to Boss’s loss of life.

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