The girl from Hawk Tuah signs with a hot Hollywood management empire to become “America’s sweetheart”

Haily Welch wants to stay in the spotlight after going viral with her “Hawk Tuah” tendencies via a successful management company called Penthouse

People with inside information said the Hollywood agency never signed a contract with Hailey((haily_welch/Instagram)

Hailey Welch, better known as the viral “Hawk Tuah” girl, is ready to extend her 15 minutes of fame now that she has a representative.

Hailey's new representative, management company Penthouse, has confirmed that it is indeed working with the current internet hype. It was previously thought that United Talent Agency represented Hailey, but as insiders revealed, the Hollywood agency never signed a contract with Hailey, according to TMZ.

It seems that everything turned out for the best. Company founder Jonnie Forster expressed her joy at working with Hailey, but did not comment on the original concept of HW.

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Hawk Tuah girl Hailey Welch breaks her silence after rumored viral clip led to her firing(Plan Bri Uncut/Youtube)

Jonnie explained that Hailey's popularity is growing and she could become the next big star in America, even though she is only known for spitting into a microphone while making an X-rated statement. It's also worth noting that Howard Stern called Hailey “every father's worst nightmare.”

Nevertheless, Hailey's account of spitting on a man's private parts during a street interview in Nashville went viral on the internet. When admirers learned that the “Hawk Tuah” girl was missing on social media, they began searching for her more intensively. Some even created fictitious accounts in her place.

You've probably seen a meme, GIF, or short video of her telling you to “spit on that thing” on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, or YouTube. The term “hawk tuah” alludes to the onomatopoeic description of her spitting motion.

One thing about viral sensations is that they can spread quickly if you can create a compelling piece of content around the topic. In one case, a widely shared Facebook post from the Tippah County Tribune page said Hailey Wellington of Ripley, Mississippi, was the “Hawk Tuah Girl” and had been fired from her job as a preschool teacher.