Stephen 'tWitch' Boss, DJ on 'Ellen,' dies at 40: reviews

(NEXSTAR) – Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss, a dancer and TV character maybe greatest often known as the DJ and co-host of Ellen DeGeneres’ former discuss present, has died, TMZ first reported Wednesday morning.

Boss, 40, reportedly left house on Tuesday with out his automotive, prompting his spouse to contact the Los Angeles Police Division, legislation enforcement sources instructed TMZ. He was later discovered useless at a Los Angeles resort, the sources mentioned.

A consultant for the LAPD instructed Nexstar that the division was conscious of the report. Boss’ spouse Allison Holker later confirmed her husband’s demise to Individuals, although she didn’t disclose the circumstances surrounding his demise.

“It’s with the heaviest of hearts that I’ve to share my husband Stephen has left us,” she instructed the outlet, partially.

Holker additionally requested for privateness amid her household’s loss.

Stephen “tWitch” Boss, seen right here alongside Ellen DeGeneres on “Ellen’s Recreation of Video games,” had additionally appeared in movies together with “Step Up 3D” and “Magic Mike XXL.” (Mike Rozman/Warner Brothers/NBC/NBCU Photograph Financial institution through Getty Photos)

Boss had usually appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Present” since 2014, usually in a DJing capability, but in addition because the present’s fill-in host when DeGeneres was absent. He had been an govt producer on the present between 2020 and 2022.

Boss beforehand appeared as a contestant on Fox’s “So You Suppose You Can Dance,” ending in second-place throughout the 2008 season.

He and Holker lately celebrated their ninth wedding ceremony anniversary on Dec. 10. The 2 have three youngsters.