Many admirers are starting to discover more about Twitch’s wife in the wake of the tra’gic news of his de’ath. Fans of Ellen were shocked to learn yesterday that tWitch, the DJ for her show,
had unexpectedly departed away. While his disappearance has left admirers sc’ratching their heads, Ellen was quick to point out that tWitch left behind a lovely family who now must pick up the pieces in his absence. Allison Holker, his wife, is a well-known dancer and television personality.
she competed on the show as a cast member and finished pretty highly in season two. She had previously worked as a professional dancer, appearing with Earth Wind & Fire at the 2002 Summer Olympics before appearing in High School Musical and High School Musical 2 as a dancer.
She eventually landed the dream role as one of the lead dancers on Dancing With the Stars in 2014 and participated intermittently in the cast for four seasons. She was matched with Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds in the program’s last season. After four episodes,
they were fired. Due to pregnancy, she missed the in-between seasons. Early in her career, Allison became engaged, and she gave birth to her first child, Weslie Renae, in 2008. Following that, she met Stephen “tWitch” Boss, another So You Think You Can Dance contestant,
and fell in love with him. In 2013, tWitch and Allison exchanged vows at the Nigel Lythgoe-owned Villa San-Juliette Winery in Paso Robles, California. Maddox, a son, was their first child together; he was born in 2016. In 2019, Zaia, their second biological child, was born.
Together, Allison and tWitch have worked on a number of projects, including the “DSG x tWitch + Allison Collection” athleisure collection at Dick’s Sporting Goods and “Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings: Holiday Magic” on Disney+. Because of how worried his wife was,LAPD thought of listing tWitch as a “important missing person.” Additionally, tWitch’s wife denied that they had ever ar’gued or had any issues before he vanished. As soon as it was realized that he had com’mitted sui*ide, Allison Holker issued a statement.
Saying that he left a legacy would be an understatement, and his beneficial influence will still be felt. “I am confident that not a day will pass that we won’t commemorate his memory,” she concluded. I, along with our three children, ask for your respect as we request privacy at this trying time.