“Allison Holker Finds Healing Through Dance After Tragic Loss”
– Allison Holker, known for her appearances on “So You Think You Can Dance,” has returned to dancing following the death of her husband, Stephen “tWitch” Boss.
– Holker recently shared dance videos on TikTok and Instagram, expressing her emotions and gratitude for dance as a healing outlet.
Allison Holker, a talented dancer and former contestant on “So You Think You Can Dance,” has taken a step back into the world of dance after the devastating loss of her husband, Stephen “tWitch” Boss. In a recent TikTok video, Holker can be seen dancing alongside her daughter Weslie to a remix of “My Heart Will Go On” from the movie Titanic. The caption of the video reflects her current state of mind, stating, “When your life is a mess but you just trying to vibe.”
In another TikTok video shared by Holker, she showcases her dancing skills with friend Brittany Russell to Missy Elliott’s 2003 track “Bomb Intro / Pass That Dutch.” Holker expresses her excitement about returning to dance in the caption, stating, “Excited to be back.” The same video was also posted on Instagram, where Holker elaborated on her emotions, saying, “Truly felt so good to dance again. I was overwhelmed with so many emotions. I was both scared and excited. But dance has always been there for me… even now and I am so grateful for that.”
Holker and Boss had frequently shared videos of themselves dancing together throughout their relationship. Their love for dance was evident in their posts, often involving their children as well. Boss tragically died by suicide at the age of 40 in December 2021, leaving behind their two youngest children, Maddox (7) and Zaia (3).
In May, Holker opened up about coping with her husband’s death and the possibility of returning to dance. She acknowledged that it would be a significant step for her but expressed confidence that Boss was guiding her on this path.
While the new dance videos shared by Holker are a testament to her resilience and healing process, they also provide a glimpse into her journey of grief and finding solace through dance. The videos serve as a reminder of the power of art and expression during difficult times.