Allison Holker is speaking out about her grief one week after her husband, Stephen “tWitch” Boss, committed suicide.
The dancer, 34, took to Instagram Wednesday with a photo of the couple captioned: “My ONE and ONLY Oh how my heart aches.
“We miss you so much,” Holker, with whom Boss had three children, added.
Holker confirmed last week that the “Ellen DeGeneres Show” DJ-turned-executive producer had died. He was 40.
“He was the backbone of our family, the best husband and father, and an inspiration to his fans,” Holker, whom Boss met on “So You Think You Can Dance,” told People in a statement at the time.
“There is so much love coming to you,” the “Ellen DeGeneres Show” official account wrote in the comments section of Holker’s post. “I hope you can sense it.”
The titular host, 64, said she was “heartbroken” by Boss’ death.
Following the news that Boss had died by suicide, a “shocked” Tyler Perry opened up about his own multiple suicide attempts, hoping that his experience would help others.
“I had endured so much pain, so much abuse… it was all so difficult to just get through that I thought the only way to make it better was to end my life,” Perry explained. “All that pain, all that struggle, if I had given up, if I had stopped, I would not have seen the better part of my life.”