Iconic Dancer and Reality TV Star tWitch Passes Away at 40

Stephen Boss, a powerhouse of the dance world and beloved reality TV star known as tWitch, sadly passed away at 40.

On Wednesday, Allison Holker Boss sadly revealed that her beloved husband had passed away.

The LA County Coroner's Office released their report on a tragic incident

the death of an influential boss who had taken his own life.

Allison Holker Boss proudly shared the news with People magazine;

her TV star husband had been an unparalleled source of strength for their family and was a shining example to all who admired him.

In 2014, tWitch made his debut on "The Ellen Show," and after six years of hard work, he was awarded the title co-executive producer in 2020.

The multi-talented dancer and DJ have graced the big screen in "Step Up: All In" and "Magic Mike XXL," as well as Disney+'s movie, "The Hip Hop Nutcracker."

Furthermore, Ellen DeGeneres shared her grief over the death of Stephen Boss.

She spoke of the late American freestyle hip-hop dancer and actor in reverential terms, saying he was "pure love and light." 

She expressed her immense affection for him, referring to him as if he were a family member. His loss is dearly felt by all who knew him.

He kept fans in the loop through his hugely popular social media accounts with entertaining clips of him getting down on the dance floor alongside his beloved wife.