Stephen “tWitch” Boss and Allison Holker reached another important point in their marriage.
Saturday, December 10, was the 9th anniversary of their wedding. Boss shared several photos from the couple’s wedding in December 2013 in a sweet post on Instagram.
In the photo carousel, Boss posted two pictures of the couple dancing and one funny picture of their wedding rings.
“Happy anniversary, my love @allisonholker! #9years,” Boss wrote in the caption before adding a few red heart emojis.
Boss’s mother, Connie Boss Alexander, also wrote a touching post for the couple’s anniversary on her Instagram story.
She posted a picture of Boss and Holker on their wedding day. They were holding hands at golden hour, and her son was kissing her daughter-in-law on the head. She added in a text overlay, “Happy 9th Anniversary, Loves!”
Boss shared his mom’s story and added the sweet message, “Love you, mom!”
Both of them have been on “So You Think You Can Dance,” where they met and fell in love. After they got married, Boss and Holker had a son, Maddox, who is now 6 years old, and a daughter, Zaia, who is 3 years old. Holker also has a 14-year-old daughter from a previous relationship. Her name is Weslie Fowler.
During an interview with TODAY Parents in August 2020, the couple talked about their blended family. They talked about how they introduced Fowler to Boss.
“I didn’t immediately start hanging out with Weslie. “We waited for about six months,” said Boss. “Allison did a great job with it. She wanted to be sure she knew who I was and that the relationship would last.
Holker said that she didn’t want to end up forcing a relationship between Boss and her daughter. “I wanted [the relationship] to grow over time,” she said. I knew I would have to wait. And now, Weslie and Stephen have this lovely, special relationship.”
In their almost ten years of marriage, Boss and Holker have found the perfect balance between being parents, working, and their relationship.
In June 2016, Boss told TODAY, “Finding a balance between all the things we need to do and showing [our kids] what we do is always, always, always a work in progress.”
He takes time out of his day to “reconnect” with his wife as part of this balance. “Date night is a beautiful thing,” the boss said. We like to go out and drive and talk sometimes.”
Who Does tWitch Marry?
Allison Holker is the wife of tWitch. Who is she? Holker works as a dancer, just like her husband. She was a contestant on the second season of So You Think You Can Dance, where she finished eighth.
She came back to So You Think You Can Dance as an all-star in seasons 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 14. She was a tWitch all-star in seasons 7, 8, and 9. Holker was also a professional dancer on Dancing With the Stars for seasons 19, 20, 21, and 23.
In season 19, she danced with actor Jonathan Bennett, in season 20, with R5 member Riker Lynch, in season 21, with singer Andy Grammer, and in season 23, with singer Babyface.
Holker talked about what dance means to her in a 2017 interview with Hollywood Life. She said, “Dance is my home.” “I say that dance is my home because a home should have love, creativity, respect, and all of these other things. To me, dance has all of these things. So dancing makes me feel the best.
It helps me be strong, let go of a lot of my feelings, and connect with myself. I get along with a lot of people. As a dancer, I find that dancing with my partner is one of our best times together.
She went on, “When I was a professional dancer on Dancing With the Stars or So You Think You Can Dance, I met some of my best friends. Dance is a way to connect with someone and share a moment with them.
It really is something special and unique that you can’t find in any other physical activity, you know? Because you’re with someone else and you both jump into these characters together. So, dance has been a great way for me to connect with people in a special way.
She also said whether she would return to So You Think You Can Dance or Dancing With the Stars at that time. “I’m going to see those shows again for sure.
I had a little bit of a scheduling mix-up for this summer, so I do have a couple of very, very exciting things coming up,” she said. “I can’t say what they are right now, but I start filming this next week, and I’m very excited about this new journey and project I’m working on.
It’s really, really fun. I’m excited but nervous. I like to give myself new challenges, try new things, and move in new directions.
When you’re new to something, it can be the scariest thing because you don’t know what you’re doing. But that’s how you always learn the most. I like to try new things, so I’m starting a new show. It will be an exciting new journey for all of us.”