TOMMY Franklin has been described as the happiest man alive and this month he will be heading to town as part of the Ulladullirious comedy festival.

After his success on Australia’s Got Talent in 2013, Tommy has been wowing crowds with his infectious attitude to dancing.

He is excited to be bringing his intoxicating ability to express himself without inhibition to an Ulladulla audience.

“I’m very much looking forward to coming, I’ve never been to Ulladulla,” Tommy said.

“I believe every place has something that makes it sparkle, every town has its perks and its jerks.

“I’m heading to the local high school where there will be a DJ and I will lead everyone in a huge dance.

“There will be a big surprise but I don’t think I’m allowed to reveal anything just yet.”

Whether he’s rocking a dance party at a club or, dancing in the street, it’s clear that Tommy Franklin is a spokesperson for healthy living.

He has come a long way since his drugs and alcohol ruled his life at the age of 16.

On his darkest day, the keen skateboarder almost lost his life when he had a car accident leaving him with a shattered kneecap, broken leg and a punctured lung.

After eight months of rehabilitation learning to walk again, Tommy turned his life around and now expresss his gratitude through dance.

“I use to be really destructive and wanted to hurt a lot of people,” he said.

“And then I turned it around and found that it doesn’t hurt anyone to be have a wiggle and giggle and this is the cleanest drug we have – dancing.”

Tommy has been sober since 2003 and is proud to be a dealer in smiles, spreading his dance frenzy around the country.

Tommy is known for his crazy fashion sense and is encouraging everyone who attends his Ulladulla event to dress up and become a free spirit for the night.

“Fashion is my passion, I believe when people dress up they become invincible,” he said.

“When you go to a fancy dress party everyone is over the top and has a great time, I think people should do that at my show.

“I have a rule when I get dressed, I look at myself in the mirror and if it makes me laugh I have to wear it out.”

Join Tommy Franklin and DJ HEIMSKI at Ulladulla High School auditorium on Saturday, August 23.

The event is drug and alcohol free for all ages tickets are $16 and available online at www.ulldullirious苏州美甲美睫培训学校.au

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