'Hawk Tuah Girl' is invited up on stage by country singer Zach Bryan and sends crowd wild

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If you need any more proof that the "Hawk Tuah Girl" has become a pop icon, then look no further.

Hailey Welch, famously known as the "Hawk Tuah Girl" after her viral bedroom tip, has made a surprise appearance at Zach Bryan's concert in Nashville.

READ MORE: People Are Only Just Discovering The FULL Video Of The 'Hawk Tuah Girl'

The internet sensation joined the country singer on stage at Nissan Stadium, marking perhaps the most unique crossover in the history of country music.

The momentous event took place during Bryan's The Quittin Time tour, which has been captivating audiences across the United States since its start in Chicago.

Welch's cameo - which was captured by the live crowd and shared widely on social media - showed her singing alongside Bryan during his performance of the song 'Revival"'.

Dressed in a tan cowboy hat and a white top, Welch took the mic herself at one point, delighting the crowd with her unexpected musical talent.


She even sent the crowd home happy with one impassioned, "HAWK TUAH":


The response to the videos have been overwhelmingly positive, with one TikTok user writing: "This is iconic as hell."

"Woah! I didn’t know she couldn’t sing," a second added.

Welch's rise to fame began when she was featured in street interviews by Tim and Dee TV in Nashville.

Asked about a secret move in bed that was guaranteed to drive men wild, she coined the now-iconic phrase: "You gotta give ’em that ‘hawk tuah’ and spit on that thing!"



Her theatrical demonstration of the term instantly caught viewers' attention, leading to widespread internet fame, memes, and even remix tracks inspired by her quirky response.

The sudden surge in popularity also brought business opportunities for Welch, who reportedly signed a merchandising deal with Tennessee-based company Fathead Threads.

Screenshot 2024-06-27 at 21.30.53.jpgCredit: Instagram/FatheadThreads

Fathead Threads is currently offering hats emblazoned with 'Hawk Tuah ’24', priced at $32.78 each, with signed versions available for $50. The merchandise has been highly sought after, with sales exceeding 2,000 hats, totaling an estimated $65,000 in revenue.

Despite her newfound success, Welch faced rumors circulating on social media that she had been dismissed from her job as an elementary school teaching assistant. However, these claims were debunked as originating from a satirical Facebook post, with no confirmation from Welch herself regarding any job change.



We cannot wait to see what Welch does next! Honestly, somebody needs to give her a TV contract immediately.

Featured image credit: TikTok/ZachBryanArchive

'Hawk Tuah Girl' is invited up on stage by country singer Zach Bryan and sends crowd wild

vt-author-image

By stefan armitage

Article saved!Article saved!

If you need any more proof that the "Hawk Tuah Girl" has become a pop icon, then look no further.

Hailey Welch, famously known as the "Hawk Tuah Girl" after her viral bedroom tip, has made a surprise appearance at Zach Bryan's concert in Nashville.

READ MORE: People Are Only Just Discovering The FULL Video Of The 'Hawk Tuah Girl'

The internet sensation joined the country singer on stage at Nissan Stadium, marking perhaps the most unique crossover in the history of country music.

The momentous event took place during Bryan's The Quittin Time tour, which has been captivating audiences across the United States since its start in Chicago.

Welch's cameo - which was captured by the live crowd and shared widely on social media - showed her singing alongside Bryan during his performance of the song 'Revival"'.

Dressed in a tan cowboy hat and a white top, Welch took the mic herself at one point, delighting the crowd with her unexpected musical talent.


She even sent the crowd home happy with one impassioned, "HAWK TUAH":


The response to the videos have been overwhelmingly positive, with one TikTok user writing: "This is iconic as hell."

"Woah! I didn’t know she couldn’t sing," a second added.

Welch's rise to fame began when she was featured in street interviews by Tim and Dee TV in Nashville.

Asked about a secret move in bed that was guaranteed to drive men wild, she coined the now-iconic phrase: "You gotta give ’em that ‘hawk tuah’ and spit on that thing!"



Her theatrical demonstration of the term instantly caught viewers' attention, leading to widespread internet fame, memes, and even remix tracks inspired by her quirky response.

The sudden surge in popularity also brought business opportunities for Welch, who reportedly signed a merchandising deal with Tennessee-based company Fathead Threads.

Screenshot 2024-06-27 at 21.30.53.jpgCredit: Instagram/FatheadThreads

Fathead Threads is currently offering hats emblazoned with 'Hawk Tuah ’24', priced at $32.78 each, with signed versions available for $50. The merchandise has been highly sought after, with sales exceeding 2,000 hats, totaling an estimated $65,000 in revenue.

Despite her newfound success, Welch faced rumors circulating on social media that she had been dismissed from her job as an elementary school teaching assistant. However, these claims were debunked as originating from a satirical Facebook post, with no confirmation from Welch herself regarding any job change.



We cannot wait to see what Welch does next! Honestly, somebody needs to give her a TV contract immediately.

Featured image credit: TikTok/ZachBryanArchive