Our sincere condolences to the family.

Stephen “Twitch” Boss was a longtime DJ and co-executive producer of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” Boss passed away on Wednesday, and Ellen DeGeneres paid tribute to him on her show.

Boss, a dancer who had participated in the “Step Up” and “Magic Mike” film franchises, took his own life on Tuesday and was found dead in a hotel room in Encino. He had competed on the television show “So You Think You Can Dance.”

DeGeneres captioned an Instagram photo of her and Boss sharing a loving embrace on the set of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” with the words, “I’m heartbroken. tWitch was nothing but unadulterated love and light.

Because he was a member of my family, I loved him with all of my being. I am going to miss him. Please show Allison and his three stunning children, Weslie, Maddox, and Zaia, all of the love and support that you can muster.”

In a remark that he left on the post, legendary executive producer of the Ellen DeGeneres Show Andy Lassner said that “Nobody made him smile like you did.”

In addition, Lassner tweeted a photo of himself, Ellen DeGeneres, and Big Boss smiling while riding in a car with the comment “Rest, my friend.”

Warner Bros. Television Group issued a supplementary statement to The Times in which they wrote, “We are horrified and heartbroken by the awful news of the demise of Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss.” tWitch possessed a wide range of skills and was an indispensable member of the family at ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ as well as the Warner Bros. Television Group.

The statement went on to say that he had the capacity to bring individuals from different groups together on a daily basis to participate in their happiness and laughter. “Above all else, he was a much-loved friend, husband, and father,” she said. We want his family, friends, and fans to know that we are thinking of them and sending our sincere condolences.

Allison Holker, Boss’s wife and dance partner, along with their three children, will carry on after his passing.

In a statement that was distributed to The Times, Holker was quoted as saying that “to suggest he left a legacy would be an understatement” and that “his positive impact will continue to be felt.”

It is my firm conviction that we will never let a single day pass without paying tribute to his memory. During this difficult time for our family, especially for our three children, we ask that you respect our need for privacy. Stephen, we want you to know that we love you and that we miss you very much. I promise that I will always keep the last dance for you.