TikTok Star Alix Earle Announces Podcast ‘Hot Mess’ for Alex Cooper’s Unwell Network (EXCLUSIVE)

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Get ready with Alix Earle to start a podcast.

The 22-year-old TikTok star will host a podcast called “Hot Mess With Alix Earle,” produced by Alex Cooper’s Unwell Network. In the weekly episodes, Earle will invite her fans to listen in on a detailed recap of her life.

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According to the official description, Earle “will be letting you in on what is actually happening, beyond her trending TikToks. From friendships to family, relationship updates to rumors, traveling and navigating life after college, get ready for all the behind-the-scenes details that you’ve been waiting for.”

Since her TikTok debut in early 2020, Earle has risen to prominence with her viral “get ready with me” beauty and fashion videos and a candid glimpse into her partying lifestyle as a student at University of Miami. She boasts more than 7.8 million followers across social media platforms, including 5.8 million on TikTok and 3 million on Instagram. In her posts, she’s covered topics including mental health, her acne journey and cosmetic surgery.

Earle is the first of two social media stars, alongside TikToker Madeline Argy, to sign with Cooper’s Unwell Network. Pitched as a production shingle catering to Gen Z audiences, The Unwell Network is a subsidiary of Tending, the media company Cooper founded this summer with her fiancéMatt Kaplan of ACE Entertainment.

“I’m so excited to announce the first of many creators in the Unwell Network’s family,” Cooper said upon Earle’s signing earlier this month. “Alix Earle and Madeline Argy both have a unique presence that captivates an audience, but I love how they approach content in very different ways… I feel honored to be at a place in my career where I can pass along knowledge and advice for a new generation of creators to flourish.”

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