‘It Was A Chance To Start Over’: Allison Holker Talks Moving A Year After Stephen ‘Twitch’ Boss’ Death

Film

Making big changes in life can usually be pretty hard for many of us, but sometimes it’s necessary to be able to move on after difficult times. The family of former The Ellen DeGeneres Show DJ and dancer Stephen “tWitch” Boss, who tragically died by suicide in mid-December 2022, has now spent the first year after his death trying to rebuild, with his wife, Allison Holker, and their three children beginning to move forward. Part of that rebuilding involved putting the Boss’ home up for sale in October 2023, and now that they’ve moved, Holker is talking about how “it was a chance to start over.”

What Did Allison Holker Say About Moving A Year After Stephen “tWitch” Boss’ Death?

The entertainment world was shocked when Stephen Boss, also known as “tWitch” from his days as a popular contestant on So You Think You Can Dance, was found dead at the age of 40 because of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Justin TImberlake paid tribute to his friend, as did other celebs like DeGeneres, and his SYTYCD colleagues Leah Remini and Jojo Siwa. Meanwhile, his mother and grandfather spoke out about the outpouring of support and how “devastated” the family was, as Allison Holker and their children (daughters Weslie, 15, and Zaia, 3, and son Maddox, 7) began the long process of grieving and trying to move on.

Originally Posted Here

Articles You May Like

Tyla’s ‘Water’ Rises to No. 1 on Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay Chart
John Mellencamp – Grandview (Lyric Video) ft. Martina McBride
‘Sweet Birthday Baby’ Is Greta Lee’s Favorite Line Ever, And Someone Get Charles Melton To Binge-Watch Russian Doll Immediately
Track Premiere: “El Evil” Shows that a 13 Year Layoff Hasn’t Made Sleepytime Gorilla Museum Any Less Weird
Drake calls for Tory Lanez to be freed after Megan Thee Stallion shooting case