Beautiful actress Amy Adams was once a Hooter's waitress, the actress said she lasted about a month.
"I was a hostess at Hooters, and that was sort of fun. I was 17, and then when I was 18, I waited [tables] for about a month. I wasn’t cut out to be a waitress, and I certainly wasn’t cut out to be a Hooters waitress. That was a short-lived ambition. Everyone would agree, if they could see me, Hooters isn’t necessarily the best way to describe me."
Earlier this month, a report reminds of a Florida woman became famous for her job at Hooters and it cost her a job.
Nicole Zivich became an instant celebrity after she lost her job as the Estero High School cheerleading coach.
The reason – one mom went on a campaign to get her fired – because she was a Hooter's girl.
One report notes that one cheerleader's mom reportedly wrote over 200 e-mails complaining about her Hooter's background and referred to Zivich as an “inexperienced 24 year old Hooters waitress” with “no professional credentials,“ lacking ”maturity and judgment” to be a cheerleading coach.
She also added in another email that her daughter “won’t be waiting tables” like her coach.
Zivich was fired, but the story does have a happy ending for the coach and former hooter's waitress, the 24-year old coach has now started her own all-star cheerleading team that will compete across the state.
Read more details here.
The firing has cost the school its cheerleaders.
The report notes, "Eleven underclassmen quit cheering for Estero team to follow Zivich. Eight seniors also quit the high school squad, but participants more than 18 years old aren't eligible for the Xtreme Air Sports program. The exodus left only four cheerleaders on Estero's squad."
Is working at Hooter's a bad mark on a girl's reputation?