I’m a Hooters girl – my favorite time of year is football season, I wear a Dallas Cowboys top but I make it belly-baring | The Sun
11th February 2023

THINGS are about to get hotter for one server as the football season approaches.

She’s found a novel way of keeping cool and looking good at the same time.

TikToker Faith (@faithmtz12) is a Hooters girl and knows how to style a simple T-shirt.

Brunette-haired and diminutive Faith has given her iconic uniform a new twist.

In her post, the Dallas Cowboys fan made her team T-shirt center stage.

But first, she removed her trousers, revealing the teeny tiny orange Hooters’ shorts.

Next up the fan arranged her football shirt into something distinctly her own design.

“My favorite time of the year is football season,” she captioned her video as the T-shirt makeover took place.

Using a hair band, she pulled the T-shirt behind and hoisted it up using the band to secure it into place.

It worked a treat and the simple hack created a midriff-bearing crop top that was achieved in mere seconds.

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Faith finished off her uniform look with the addition of a money belt, and a huge smile, and swung into action.

Her fans loved the new look and were tripping over themselves to comment.

“Beautiful princess,” said one.

“Speechless,” was all another could manage.

“Hello gorgeous,” greeted this fan.

“You are so pretty,” gushed one follower.

One viewer reasoned: “Who said you can’t be beautiful and have great taste in football.”

It could only be one football team according to this comment: “Hell yeah, ten times better in Dallas Cowboys.”

Regardless of football affiliation, this final comment was making a promise to visit a Hooers very soon. “I’m ordering a glass of water and tipping $50.”

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