Legendary television producer and DJ Stephen ‘tWitch’ Bass has died.
And now, some terrible comments from a podcast interview have surfaced…
Before his tragic d*ath.
And this has left fans feeling heartbroken…
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Now, who doesn’t know Ellen DeGeneres?
You have to question where you’ve been all these years if you haven’t met the comedian before…
The talented comedian, television host, actress, writer, and producer has brightened the lives of many with her presence in the industry.
And if you’re having trouble remembering what you’ve seen or heard Ellen from… Think Dory Finding Nemo.
Her most notable role in the industry is as a television host. The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
The show first aired in 2003, and is definitely one of the most unique out there.
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Ellen interacts with celebrities in a way that captivates the audience.
And we only love The pranks she pulls.
But, Allen isn’t just known for his stand-up comedy, acting, and television hosting skills…
She is also admired by many for her charitable donations.
According to Talent RecapAllen has reportedly given away half a billion dollars throughout the show’s history.
Now that’s impressive!
The star also has a wildlife fund, The Allen FundA gift for him from Portia D. Rossi
The fund supports endangered wildlife around the world.
On his site, this States:
“This gift allowed Allen — and the millions who love him — to be as much a champion for endangered species as Allen’s hero, Dian Fossey.”
Allen was also awarded the ‘Presidential Medal of Freedom’ by Barack Obama in 2016.
“In a career spanning more than 3 decades, Ellen DeGeneres has lifted our spirits and brought joy to our lives as a stand-up comic, actor, and television star. In every role, she brings us together. A reminder to behave and treat people as each of us would like to be treated,” a speech Read on When she stood with Obama.
“In a pivotal moment, her courage and candor helped change the hearts and minds of millions of Americans, and accelerated our nation’s continued drive toward equality and acceptance for all.
“Time and time again, Ellen DeGeneres has shown us that as long as we keep swimming, a signal individual can make the world a more fun, more open, more loving place.”
It’s safe to say, Alan is truly a household name.
And we’ve loved every second of her incredible show, first aired in 2003, a full nineteen years ago.
On the show, which now has nineteen seasons, Ellen’s first guest was none other than Jennifer Aniston.
Since then, the television host has invited many lovable personalities on his show including; Adele, David Beckham, Justin Bieber, Joe Biden, Nick Cannon, Cher, Kelly Clarkson, Courteney Cox, Penelope Cruz, Miley Cyrus, Johnny Depp, Kaley Cuoco, Chris Evans, Anna Faris, Chris Hemsworth, Jim Parsons, The Kardashians/ Jenners, and many other incredible faces in the industry.
gave show People were smiling, laughing and even crying, especially when the host pulled some pretty hilarious jokes on the celebrities he invited to chat with him.
Like the time he mocked Dennis Quaid, telling him what to say to Triple-A, which made him look pretty stupid.
And let’s not forget that many times he’s seen celebrities jump out of their chairs or have their hearts racing because of the white lies they tell.
Like Time He tells Kristen Bell that he has a sloth to hug her, reduced to tears at her excitement… only to tell her she’s kidding.
Or more recently, Ellen made the world laugh because she scared Kim Kardashian with a spider.
As they looked back on the pair’s fun since Kim Kardashian has been invited to the show several times, Ellen locked in another memory by scaring the television personality. The biggest fear, and no, it’s not losing her diamond earring at sea. Actually, that Pretended to throw a spider at him, and Kim ran off the set.
But, the series reached its final episode.
And Ellen broke down in tears as she busted out her final dance move for the show.
“Welcome to our last show,” he began. “I left here nineteen years ago and I said this is the beginning of a relationship, and today the relationship is not over, it’s a little break, now you can watch other talk shows and I might have another audience. See you. Once in a while,” he joked.
“20 years ago when we were trying to sell this show, no one thought it would work, not because it was a different kind of show but because I was different.
“Very few stations wanted to buy the show, and here we are, twenty years later, celebrating this amazing journey together. When we started the show, I couldn’t say gay on the show. I was gay. It wasn’t allowed to say fanatic,” he continued.
“I couldn’t say wife and that’s because gay marriage wasn’t legal and now I say wife all the time,” she said to applause.
“Twenty-five years ago they canceled my sitcom because they didn’t want a gay guy on prime time once a week, so I said okay then I’ll be on daytime every day, about that. What do I think?” he sneered.
“If this show has lifted you up when you’re in pain,” she said. “Then I’ve done my job.
Ellen then became emotional as she told her audience that the show was the “greatest experience” she had “ever had.”
“Beyond my wildest imagination,” she cried. “So twist, one last time, dance with me.” And then, just like that, the star shared What was her last famous dance on the show, but it certainly won’t be the last time we see her busting out her moves.
And, the television host came full circle…
Inviting Jennifer Aniston, her first guest, Billie Eilish, and Punk to say goodbye to what has been the best twenty years of her life.
But this week, fans of Allan There have been more tragedies.
As Stephen ‘tWitch’ Bass, executive producer and DJ on the show has passed away.
Bass wasn’t just a television personality or producer…
He earned an incredible amount of money during his career.
He was also a freestyle hip-hop dancer, choreographer. And Actor
Her passion for dance began at a young age, and she studied dance performance at Southern Union State Community College.
Bass entered the entertainment industry shortly after and made it to the semi-finals of MTV The Wade Robson Project.
He was also the runner-up in the talent competition. Find the star..
Bass also made it to the finals So you think you can danceand published Dancing with the stars In 2013
A year later he made his big break as a guest DJ. The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Later he was given a permanent position and loved by millions of fans.
But this week, Allan The executive producer was reported missing by his wife. TMZ.
He told the people: “Stephen lit up every room he stepped into. He valued family, friends and community above all else and guiding with love and light was everything to him. He was the backbone of our family. Huddy was the perfect husband and father and an inspiration to his fans.
“Stefan, we love you, we miss you, and I will always save you the last dance.”
Police confirmed that his cause of d*ath was an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Alan has made a touching post. Instagram Tribute.
“I am heartbroken. Twitch was pure love and light. He was my family, and I loved him with all my heart. I will miss him. Please send my love to Alison and her beautiful children – Wesley, Maddox and Zia. And send support,” he wrote.
Also, a terrifying video of an executive producer of K. The Ellen DeGeneres Show, During an episode last year with the boss telling everyone to “don’t be in trouble”.
“Hold each other close, don’t be hurt, talk to someone,” says Andy Lassner.
“It’s okay to be sad and to reach out to each other because no one knows that exact experience except the people who work here,” Lassner continued during the finale.
adding that the group “went through it together” and “should be proud” of everything they worked on and achieved during their 19-year run.
gave video It was posted on Instagram by Johanna Fuentes, who described Bass as “an immense talent who brought joy to every room he walked into” in the caption.
The Boss’ Heartbreaking Finale Instagram post has also come to light.
It shows the boss dancing with his wife, with the caption: “HOLIDAY SUNDAY FUNDAY DANCE!!! With his lover.”
And now, some comments on the bass. The Aubrey Marks Podcast has caught the attention of the Internet.
The boss talked about being a “continual work in progress”.
“You’ll make decisions that seem right at the time, but then they won’t,” he explained. “For me, it just helps to know that it goes on — it does, no matter what.”
But Bass’s comments about “bounce backing” were even more poignant: “It shouldn’t be, like, you tell your friends that at the end of it, your friends are going to go, ‘Wow.'”
“‘I had a gun in my hand’ … and in the meantime, it’s like some trifle *** … never mind, life’s going to go on,” the boss joked.
Rest in peace, Stephen Bass.
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