Allison Holker May Start New Relationship After Stephen 'tWitch' Boss' Tragic Death
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Less than two years after the freestyle hip-hop dancer was found dead, the 'Dancing with the Stars' alum says that she 'would embrace' the potential of dating again.

AceShowbiz - Allison Holker has opened up about her focus in life following the tragic death of her husband. Less than two years after Stephen "tWitch" Boss passed away from suicide, the former star of "Dancing with the Stars" hinted that she may start a new relationship in the future.

The 36-year-old talked about the matter when making an appearance at the birthFUND brunch fundraiser in Los Angeles on Thursday, June 13. In an interview published by PEOPLE on Friday, she discussed trying "to find out who I am now."

Allison went on to tell the media outlet, "Not even being a mother, not a career mom, not the trauma, not the once wife, but who am I? Just as me and my character, what I believe in, what I stand for." She stated, "It's been a journey for me just to kind of relearn me in this new phase of my life. And I've changed a lot."

The former "Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings" co-host further shared, "I'm just trying to embrace [my growth] and see what my next steps are with [my] career, with [my] choices, and with dating."

"I think I am a person that I always say the quote, 'Romanticize your life,' " Allison continued. "And I think, though I've gone through so much, I'm still a believer in living a big life. There's not been one moment that I haven't thought to myself, 'I still want to live a big life.' "

Allison then explained, "I still would want to have love, would still want to travel the world. I still want to see and experience new things with new people, new energy, my friends, my family, a loved one, a potential, and my kids." She added, "I want them to see that they can still learn to trust and love again. It doesn't have to go away," noting that she "would embrace" the potential of dating again.

During the chat, Allison also said that she has "grown a lot, obviously" since losing tWitch. The late freestyle hip-hop dancer was found dead in Encino, California on December 13, 2022 with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. The two share 8-year-old son Maddox and 4-year-old daughter Zaia together.

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