Having been a fashion major in college has allowed her to be a creative and open-minded soul when it comes to self-expression and art freedom. She wants to help students use their creativity to allow themselves to break free of their molds and express themselves freely to let their inner DIVA shine. StripXpertease classes are absolutely everything! These classes have allowed me to explore myself while being among other women that are incredibly supportive. I love existing in a place where women empower one another.
The life, art, and works of Danielle Colby
Danielle Armstrong heads to the gym as she prepares to strip off for The Real Full Monty
The Love Island star, 25, shot to fame in last year's Love Island after having sex on the hit ITV show and being open and honest about her work in strip clubs. That was one of the first things we addressed. She was so shy. The naked part wasn't daunting, but the dancing she found really, really scary. The complete opposite was true of Danielle, who admitted she relished the choreography but didn't bare her boobs until the very last rehearsal. With this I found it wasn't about what we looked like, it was about raising awareness. The one member of the group who had no reservations about the show was Benidorm's Crissy Rock.
History's 'American Pickers' star Danielle Colby is hunting treasure by day, but by night she moonlights as a risque burlesque dancer. As her alter ego, Colby bumps and grinds on stage wearing bejeweled costumes, ending her titillating dance by stripping down to her pasties and not much else. It was new and taboo. Colby credited burlesque for helping her feel more comfortable in her own skin. It really helped me blossom into a person who is less anxious and less depressed.
By Connie Rusk For Mailonline. Danielle's friend Sammy died from breast cancer last May, leaving the reality star determined to encourage women to examine their breasts and have regular cervical smear checks. Danielle showed no signs of nerves as she strutted her stuff on stage, performing a dance choreographed by Diversity's Ashley Banjo. After photographs flashed up of the celebrities' loved-ones who lost their battle to cancer or are fighting it, the group, clad in sparkly black suits, began to shimmy as the music changed.