'He brought joy to my life': Ellen DeGeneres remembers 'favorite moments' with late DJ Stephen 'tWitch' Boss
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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The late co-host for 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', Stephen 'tWitch' Boss, got yet another heartfelt tribute from Ellen DeGeneres after the American comedian expressed being "heartbrken" by the sad news of Boss' death.
On Thursday, December 15, DeGeneres, 64, wrote on her Instagram, "Right now what I want to do is remember all the love and laughter I had with tWitch. He brought so much joy to my life. I know he brought joy to yours too. I'm going to be sharing some of my favorite moments with him. If you want to you can also share yours. #ILovetWitch." DeGeneres also shared a clip with the writing that had numerous scenes from Boss' tenure as her sidekick on the show, which he joined in 2014. She offered the freestyle dancer an emotional farewell earlier this year as the long-running daytime program came to an end.
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On the heartfelt Instagram post, Rosie McClelland commented, "Heartbreak 💔 your bond was so genuine and pure, brought together through being kind ❤️." The 'Safe In Your Love' singer added, "Beautiful tribute, tWitch you was loved by everyone ❤️💔."
Octavia Spencer commented, "Such a beautiful tribute for such a wonderful soul. This one hurts in ways that are indescribable. 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽." Model Ashley Graham also commented saying, "Wow. tWitch we love you. 😢"
Anabelle Acosta, a Cuben-American actress, commented, "She gave him his flowers while he was still here. Told him she loved him daily. It’s what we all must do with those we love 💐🏼🙏🏻." Singer-songwriter, AveryWilson, commented, "That's right shower people with love while they are here ! While they can feel , experience and see it ! 🤎🤎 ! #riptwitch"
The 'Step Up 3D' star died in Los Angeles on Tuesday, December 13 at the age of 40. According to Us Weekly, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner determined that he shot himself in the head with a gun.
DeGeneres posted a picture of herself hugging Boss' on Instagram on Wednesday, December 14, to address the tragic loss. "I'm heartbroken. tWitch was pure love and light. He was my family, and I loved him with all my heart. I will miss him," she wrote.