People are only just discovering the full video of the 'Hawk Tuah Girl' - and she's the gift that keeps on giving

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By stefan armitage

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Social media has been ablaze over the past week with discussions about someone dubbed "Hawk Tuah Girl".

Initially, like me, you may have come across a short video or meme and scrolled on. But after repeatedly seeing the same woman appear again an again on our newsfeeds, you can't help but sit up and pay attention to this newfound social media icon.

The "Hawk Tuah Girl" is none other than Hailey Welch, a young woman who skyrocketed to internet fame after her candid appearance in a man-on-the-street interview by Tim & Dee TV.

In the video, which first aired on June 11, Welch was posed with the risqué question: "What’s one move in bed that makes a man go crazy every time?"

Her unfiltered response - where delivered the greatest "Hawk Tuah" spittoon of all time - quickly propelled her to viral status.

Despite the straightforward nature of her words, Welch's infectious charisma was palpable. Welch's unexpected and humorous retort immediately captured the attention of social media users, resulting in videos garnering millions of views across various platforms.

Her "catchphrase" soon became a talking point, drawing reactions and mentions from notable figures such as Joe Rogan, Howard Stern, and Bryce Harper of the Philadelphia Phillies.

And just when you thought you'd seen (and heard) everything Welch had to offer for social media, the FULL video of her interview has now been released. If you thought "hawk tuah" was a one-hit-wonder, think again -- because Welch is full of one-liners. Check it out below:


When asked about breakups, she quips: "The only was to get over one, is to get under another."

When asked to leave "a message for her last body", she shouts: "I LOVE YOU, POOKIE - FOREVER!"

"I'm not a 'pillow princess', you get me," she says in another part of the interview.

In response to the full video being release, people flooded the comments section with praise for Welch.

"The fact that her friend knew she would give a good answer tells you everything you need to know about this girl," one person wrote, with a second adding: "She was wild the whole time."

"That girl just has the most incredible energy and charisma," a third added.

Honestly, check out the whole thing, be entertained, and let's all just wait for somebody to give Welch a TV contract.

Following her sudden rise to fame, rumors circulated that Welch had been dismissed from her job.

These claims stemmed from an article by the Tippah County Tribune (TCT), which falsely asserted that Hailey Wellington, a 23-year-old teacher at Epstein Day School, had been forced to resign due to her viral video. However, it was later clarified by fact-checkers that TCT is a satirical, aimed at entertaining rather than reporting facts.



In response to her newfound celebrity, Welch has also partnered with Fathead Threads, a family-owned business in Marshall County, Tennessee.

Jason Poteete, the owner, conveyed to Rolling Stone that Welch has been overwhelmed by the attention but prefers to maintain her privacy, declining to have her face associated with the merchandise.

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.

Featured image credit: YouTube/Tim&Dee TV (screenshot)

People are only just discovering the full video of the 'Hawk Tuah Girl' - and she's the gift that keeps on giving

vt-author-image

By stefan armitage

Article saved!Article saved!

Social media has been ablaze over the past week with discussions about someone dubbed "Hawk Tuah Girl".

Initially, like me, you may have come across a short video or meme and scrolled on. But after repeatedly seeing the same woman appear again an again on our newsfeeds, you can't help but sit up and pay attention to this newfound social media icon.

The "Hawk Tuah Girl" is none other than Hailey Welch, a young woman who skyrocketed to internet fame after her candid appearance in a man-on-the-street interview by Tim & Dee TV.

In the video, which first aired on June 11, Welch was posed with the risqué question: "What’s one move in bed that makes a man go crazy every time?"

Her unfiltered response - where delivered the greatest "Hawk Tuah" spittoon of all time - quickly propelled her to viral status.

Despite the straightforward nature of her words, Welch's infectious charisma was palpable. Welch's unexpected and humorous retort immediately captured the attention of social media users, resulting in videos garnering millions of views across various platforms.

Her "catchphrase" soon became a talking point, drawing reactions and mentions from notable figures such as Joe Rogan, Howard Stern, and Bryce Harper of the Philadelphia Phillies.

And just when you thought you'd seen (and heard) everything Welch had to offer for social media, the FULL video of her interview has now been released. If you thought "hawk tuah" was a one-hit-wonder, think again -- because Welch is full of one-liners. Check it out below:


When asked about breakups, she quips: "The only was to get over one, is to get under another."

When asked to leave "a message for her last body", she shouts: "I LOVE YOU, POOKIE - FOREVER!"

"I'm not a 'pillow princess', you get me," she says in another part of the interview.

In response to the full video being release, people flooded the comments section with praise for Welch.

"The fact that her friend knew she would give a good answer tells you everything you need to know about this girl," one person wrote, with a second adding: "She was wild the whole time."

"That girl just has the most incredible energy and charisma," a third added.

Honestly, check out the whole thing, be entertained, and let's all just wait for somebody to give Welch a TV contract.

Following her sudden rise to fame, rumors circulated that Welch had been dismissed from her job.

These claims stemmed from an article by the Tippah County Tribune (TCT), which falsely asserted that Hailey Wellington, a 23-year-old teacher at Epstein Day School, had been forced to resign due to her viral video. However, it was later clarified by fact-checkers that TCT is a satirical, aimed at entertaining rather than reporting facts.



In response to her newfound celebrity, Welch has also partnered with Fathead Threads, a family-owned business in Marshall County, Tennessee.

Jason Poteete, the owner, conveyed to Rolling Stone that Welch has been overwhelmed by the attention but prefers to maintain her privacy, declining to have her face associated with the merchandise.

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.

Featured image credit: YouTube/Tim&Dee TV (screenshot)