Dallas, TX – December 10, 2017 – For the first time in its history, DVS Beauty Salon will feature a live, one-on-one show with “Fantastics” contestant D.J. “Dirty D” Smith, who will perform at the salon and open up for customers.
Smith will take the stage Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the DVS Salon at 1011 E. Main St. to open up the doors for customers to take photos with him and then sit back for an exclusive preview of his “Fancy Dance.”
Smith will be performing at the Salon on Tuesday, Dec. 10 at 11:00 a.ms. and will be joined by a panel of judges who will be announcing the winners.
The full show will air Tuesday, December 11 at 10 p.m., with a full-length film and video presentation available for viewing at the door.
Smith is a native of the Dallas, Texas area and is the reigning “Fantasy” champion.
He currently is on the cover of Vibe Magazine.
D. J. “DJ Smith” Smith and his “Dangerous D” from DVS (Photo: Dallas Police Department) The “FANTASTIC” contestant has been one of the most popular and recognizable faces on the “Dancing with the Stars” reality show, which airs on ABC, since its debut in 2016.
He has appeared in more than 100 episodes and is a two-time winner of the “Fashion” and “Beauty” categories.
Smith has also been featured on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” and has been nominated for a “Funniest Celebrity Couples” award.
Smith, an avid golfer, has won three national championships with the U.S. Women’s Open golf team and was a four-time All-American at Texas A&M University.
Smith won the “Beautiful Dancers” award at the 2017 Women’s Golf Classic and has appeared on several seasons of “Dance Moms,” “DANCE WITH THE STARS,” “The View” and ABC’s “Dynasty.”
Smith is the third person to win the “Golden Fleece Award” at the “Cosmic Glamour” award show, and has also appeared on “Danced with the Star” and Disney Channel’s “Frozen.”
Smith, 30, graduated from Texas A & M University in January 2017.
He is the son of Dallas native Tammi and Dallas native Dwayne Smith.
Dwayne and Tammie Smith are now expecting their first child.
Smith’s “The Dancer” has received four “D” Awards including Best Dance Performance.
He was named a finalist for the “American Idol” season 10 finale.
Dj Smith, (Photo by J. Scott Applewhite) Dwayne’s mom, Tamm, was a part of the original cast of “Funny or Die” and has since worked as a host, producer and writer.
Tamm Smith is currently an assistant professor at the University of North Texas.
She was the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award for her work on the show.
Darelle Smith, D. Smith and their parents (Photo courtesy of Darelles family) “Dj Smith” has also received the Lifetime Achievement Awards from the National Board of Review and has a film deal with the Lifetime Film Festival.
Daren Smith, T.J.’s dad, was also on the original “Dancers” cast.
J.’s mom, Darelie, is also an assistant Professor of Dance Arts at the College of Arts and Sciences.
She has also worked as an assistant producer and editor.
D Darel (Photo Courtesy of Darens family)