By Kayla Garritano

Not only have their dance careers flourished since they appeared on So You Think You Can Dance but so have their love lives. Professional dancers Allison Holker, who competed on SYTYCD during season 2, and Stephen “tWitch” Boss, who first auditioned during seasons 3 and 4, met on the famous reality TV show when they both returned as All-Stars during season 7. Three years later, in 2013, they were married, and Boss became a stepfather to Holker’s daughter Weslie.

Of course, 28-year-old Holker and 34-year-old Boss are more than just a power pair in the dance world. In our exclusive celebrity interview, the celebrity couple opened up to about their family life and reality TV careers as well as their recent partnership with Airtime Labs.

Allison Holker and Stephen “tWitch” Boss Open Up About Celebrity Baby and Reality TV Careers

This past spring, the musically-inclined duo welcomed their first celebrity baby, son Maddox Laurel, together. It’s no surprise that his big sister is relishing her new role. “She changes diapers; she does the feedings; she always wants to help,” Boss says of 8-year-old Weslie. “She’s been really excited about having a sibling for a very long time.”

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Holker and Boss announced their celebrity pregnancy live on-air during season 21 of Dancing With the Stars, where Holker was paired with singer Andy Grammer and finished in 7th place (when she was five months pregnant!). After taking time off for the birth of her son, she’s back for her fourth season on the dance competition  show and already in great shape. “Carrying a baby around the house is the biggest workout you could ever imagine,” she jokes.

But the excitement of her return doesn’t stop there: For season 23, the pro is dancing with R&B musician, singer-songwriter, and record producer Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds. When asked about working with the iconic man, Holker shares, “I wasn’t really nervous. I felt honored — I feel like I’m learning so much from him. He’s so knowledgable about life and who he is.”

Boss, on the other hand, was ecstatic to hear the news, saying, “I grew up on him!” 

As fans know, Boss has quite a history with SYTYCD. After he finished as the runner-up during season 4, he returned during season 5 to perform the Emmy-nominated piece “Mercy” that he danced the year before. He was a frequent All-Star during seasons 7 through 9 and performed many memorable dance routines. Then, during season 12, he served as Team Captain for “Team Street.”

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Most recently, Boss made an appearance as a guest judge on the latest season of SYTYCD, which is mixing things up by featuring young dancers between the ages of 8 and 13. “When they first announced it, I wasn’t completely on board. Switching formats so drastically, I didn’t know how to feel about it,” he explains when asked about So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation. “But then, after watching an episode, getting to know the contestants, getting to see the dances, and — when I was a judge — seeing it live and getting a dose of their personalities, I was like, ‘Wow, this makes a lot of sense.'”

Keeping busy, the reality TV star who makes regular appearances on The Ellen Show, is developing an exercise/dance fitness program, and is continuing to attend dance auditions. As he puts it, he is “waiting to create the next opportunity, whatever that may be.”

Celebrity Couple Partners with Airtime Labs

For Holker and Boss, it was a no-brainer to partner with Airtime Labs, a mobile telecommunication solutions company that strives to find affordable and safe technology options for families by offering monthly phone and tablet plans for children and teens. The celebrity couple will inform and educate parents about the company’s flexible mobile services and inexpensive devices. By providing their children with their own phones and/or tablets, parents can teach them responsibility but still monitor their usage.

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This celebrity couple is already using Airtime Labs for their daughter. “It’s family-based. It’s about connecting better. Not only were we able to get Weslie a phone, but we were able to teach her how to use it,” Boss explains. “We are still able to monitor what websites she’s going to and how she spends most of her time on the phone, whether it’s playing games or watching YouTube videos. That made me feel better about getting her a phone.”

Chiming in, Holker adds that she wanted their daughter to have a phone but with a fair amount of supervision. “I wanted her to be able to reach out to me, but she can’t just be on her phone all day,” she shares.

Be sure to watch Dancing With The Stars on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8PM ET on ABC! You can follow the couple on Instagram @allisonholker and @sir_twitch_alot