Allison Holker Boss Reveals What She Hopes for Her Late Husband a Year After His Passing

For the first time, Allison Holker Boss is opening up in a big way about life after her husband’s tragic passing. While a guest on Nick Viall’s podcast The Viall Files Allison revealed that she still speaks to Stephen, even though he’s no longer her.

And she shared a particularly emotional conversation she had with him after his death. It’s unclear how long it was after Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss took his own life, but as Allison revealed she was looking up at the sky and the stars one night when she admitted to forgiving her husband.

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“I said, ‘I hope you found that peace.’ Genuinely, I really hope he found that peace that he needed and that he felt like he needed. And that’s a really hard thing to do. But I needed to allow myself to almost be free of that for him and for him. And so we just had this long dialogue and I did, I was like, ‘I forgive you. And I hope you have that peace and I’ve got it, I’ve got the kids. We’ve got each other. We’re gonna be okay.'”

Wow. How powerful is that?

UPDATE: Just a few before the one-year anniversary of Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss’s passing, his wife, Allison is sharing more about her grief journey. Just a day after reports revealed Allison made the decision to sell the home they lived in together with their children, Allison took to Instagram to share more about her journey since the loss of her husband.

“Grief never ends .. but every season of challenge has an expiration date. Keep believing and keep dancing through.”

Allison Holker Boss took to social media to honor her late husband, Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss, on what would’ve been his 41st birthday on Friday (Sept. 29). The 35-year-old posted a series of photos of her and her three kids – daughters Weslie, 15, and Zaia, 3, and son Maddox, 7 – who she shares with tWitch.

“We honor our beautiful, sweet, kind and loving Stephen tWitch Laurel Boss. Forever on our hearts and minds carrying us, guiding us and lifting us. We feel your presence every day and will forever be grateful for the beautiful times we shared together,” Allison Holker Boss wrote in the caption of her Instagram post. 

The family took a trip to Stephen’s gravesite at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, CA and delivered their loved one some beautiful flowers. “We feel your arms wrapping around us and holding us up on this day,” Allison wrote – describing it as ‘a day we will always celebrate the gift you were and still are to this world.’

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On Thursday (Sept. 28), Allison Holker Boss posted a series of photos of her three children and opened up about how they’ve adjusted to their father being gone (but never forgotten). She praised her beautiful family for ‘allowing love to stay in our hearts guiding us and leading us’ in the touching Instagram caption. 

“There are some really hard moments we have had some really hard days but we lean on each other and lift each other up. We start every morning by saying .. we do the hard things! It’s our most vulnerable moments that keep us stronger together and forever!” the caption continued – noting how proud she was.

Fans were happy to see Allison Holker Boss living her best life over the past week as she attended both a Daniel Cesar concert on September 21 at the Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood Hills and an Ed Sheeran concert on September 24 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. She posted photos of her joy on Instagram. 

“Such a special night at the @danielcaesar concert! Great company, great music, great vibes,” she wrote of the Cesar concert – which she attended with her 15-year-old daughter, Weslie. “A perfect night at the [Sheeran] concert! Thank you [Lee Jeans] for an unforgettable night!” she said of the Sheeran concert.

Allison Holker Boss Bringing Back the Dancing Videos

On August 22, Allison Holker Boss posted a video on TikTok of her dancing with Weslie while a remixed version of ‘My Heart Will Go On’ played in the background. It was the first time Allison posted a video of her dancing since her loving husband, Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss, died of suicide on December 13, 2022. 

Dancing is something that has always brought Allison and Stephen together – it’s what they did for a living, it’s how they met, and it’s how they fell in love. They used to always post videos of them dancing together and doing TikTok trends, but she stopped posting that type of content for roughly eight months. 

That is until August 22 – when she made her return. Since that video, she has posted many more with the rest of her family and friends. On September 16, Holker Boss posted a video of her dancing alongside her two sons – who were dressed in full Spiderman costumes – in celebration of ‘National Dance Day.’ 

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“Truly felt so good to dance again,” Allison wrote in a caption on August 26. “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. And thank you @bperryrussell for making it so fun and making me feel safe!”

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