Hailey Welch, famously known as the "Hawk Tuah Girl," continues to ride the wave of her viral success, recently selling out of her signature merchandise. However, rumors about her signing a deal with United Talent Agency (UTA) have been debunked.

Welch skyrocketed to overnight internet fame after appearing in a Tim & Dee TV video in Nashville that bubbled up on the internet over the last few weeks. In the now-iconic clip, Welch was asked, "What's one move in bed that makes a man go crazy every time?" Her bold and humorous reply, "Oh, you gotta give him that hawk tuah and spit on that thang," quickly became a viral catchphrase, spreading like wildfire across social media platforms.

The viral moment led to Welch partnering with Fathead Threads, a Lewisburg-based clothing brand, to sell merchandise featuring her now-famous phrase.

The Hawk Tuah Leather Patch Hat, designed with a patch inspired by presidential campaign banners and reading, "Hawk Tuah '24: Spit on That Thang," has proven that Hailey's popularity extended far beyond a meme or Instagram reel. Both signed and unsigned versions of the hats have sold out, suggesting that Welch may be around longer than 15 minutes.

Despite her rapid rise to fame and successful merch sales, reports of Welch inking a deal with UTA are unfounded. TMZ, citing sources with direct knowledge of the situation, confirmed that Welch has not signed any talent agency deals. Complex Magazine also contacted UTA for comment, but the agency has not responded.

Even Joe Rogan, a massively popular podcast host, recently discussed Welch's viral success on his show, "The Joe Rogan Experience."

Rogan expressed both amazement and amusement at how quickly Welch's candid interview clip gained traction. "I love moments like that, where one weird video, it's so funny that the whole world sees," Rogan said, praising Welch's authenticity. He humorously speculated on the potential profits Welch could make from her merchandise and predicted she might capitalize further on her newfound fame with additional content.

Welch's partnership with Fathead Threads has certainly paid off, and her quick monetization of her viral moment appears to have been a smart move. Love her or hate her, one thing is clear: the "Hawk Tuah Girl" has made quite the impression.

Whether Welch will continue to capitalize on her viral status remains to be seen, but for now, her "hawk tuah" moment is still dominating newsfeeds, and in just a short period of time, she has secured her place in internet history.

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