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Ellen DeGeneres shares her favorite moments with Stephen 'tWitch' boss after death

Ellen DeGeneres took to Twitter Thursday to encourage people to share their favorite Stephen “tWitch” Boss moments after the death.

“Now all I want to do is remember all the love and laughter I had with tWitch. He brought so much joy into my life. I know he gives you too Brings joy. I’ll be sharing some of my favorite moments with him. You can share yours if you want. #ILovetWitch,” the comedian wrote in the tweet, which was accompanied by a video of her and Boss clip.

all I want to do now is remember my relationship with tWitch All love and laughter. He has brought a lot of joy into my life. I know he brings joy to you too. I’m going to share some of my favorite moments with him. You can also share yours if you want. #ILovetWitch — Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) December 14, 988

Boss has been a DJ for nine years and eventually became an executive of

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before wrapping up earlier this year. During that time, he would help audiences stand up, dance with DeGeneres, and participate in events and games.

On Friday, the former TV presenter also shared a video From her sweet exchange with So You Think You Can Dance fan favorite, where he taught her to dance.

Boss, a dancer, choreographer, actor and producer, on died by suicide, a representative said on Tuesday. His wife, Allison Holker Boss, also confirmed his death in a statement, saying: “It is with the heaviest heart to report that my husband Stephen has left us. A room. He valued family, friends, and community above all else, and leading with love and light meant everything to him. He was the backbone of our family, the best husband and father, and an inspiration to his fans.”

Celebrities and friends including Justin Timberlake, Leah Remini , Carrie Ann Inaba, Kerry Washington and Paula Abdul,

post condolences on social media in memory of dancers , and some shared mental health resources.

“It’s heartbreaking to hear that someone who brought so much joy to a room was hurt so much behind closed doors,” Timberlake wrote. “Take care of yourself. Love the man in the mirror. Check your man.

After the boss dies, Tyler Perry shared a video on Instagram to help others by opening up about past suicide attempts.

“I Like the rest of the world in shock over Stephen Boss’ death, tWitch,” the actor said in a post titled “Life…” “I’ve only seen him a few times and he’s always full of energy, Seems like a bright light, but having said that, I just want to take you back to a time in my life when I tried to kill myself a few times because it was too dark and I didn’t think it would get any better. I endured so much pain, so much abuse, sexual abuse. It was all so hard and I thought the only way to make it better was to end my life.

He went on to say, “If anything were to try to happen, I’d be missing out on the best part of my life.” “

Perry also shared his What I saw and heard at the bottom and urges those struggling with mental health issues to contact someone for help or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-500-74-speech(

“I know you may be going through something, I know you may seem hopeless, but please reach out to someone…call, ask for help, if you are dealing with anything, anything emotional that will take you Take to a place where you want to end your life,” Perry said. “Don’t let darkness stop you from reaching this incredible place of light.

On Friday, Derek Hough also posted an emotional video on Instagram talking about mental health and suicide.

The dancer revealed that someone he knew had recently died by suicide, so Hough was going to make this video a few weeks ago, but finally decided to make it after learning of Boss’ death.

“I was devastated to find out that a guy I knew killed himself on Thanksgiving morning because he was the most positive, upbeat, and beautiful person you could imagine, and it’s shocking to say the least. people shocked. But it’s a stark reminder of this time of year and depression, seasonal depression and just circumstances and this time of year where people feel too much,”

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the judge said in the video with the caption Suicide & Crisis Lifeline Number. “Now I’m getting to know our friend Stephen and how he was the exact same person as this guy in a few weeks fact. It’s just heartbreaking, confusing, shocking. There are a lot of different feelings and I’m trying to figure it out. ”

Hough continued, “I just wanted to express, just to say to people who have these thoughts and feelings, please, please, I beg you, let people Opportunity is by your side. I know it feels like it’s not going to get better when you’re in that black hole, and I’m telling you now, and I promise you it’s going to get better. It does get better. “



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