In early September, the Internet was introduced to Caitlin Heller (aka "Worst Twerk Fail Girl") through a seemingly candid dance moment gone wrong. Once online, it exploded both figuratively and literally if you consider the content.
One week later, the girl everyone loved to watch twerk and fail -- with fire -- was revealed to be a stuntwoman named Daphne Avalon, who was actually part of an elaborate hoax orchestrated by talk show host Jimmy Kimmel. But who exactly is Daphne Avalon?
The Huffington Post decided to find out more about the girl who won big by failing hard in front of millions. Check out the original interview with her above.
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The other two refs are discussing whether or not to tell him.
Your morning commute just got a LOT more distracting.
Eagle Carrying Dog
Teaching your dog to "roll over" has never been more entertaining.
What does he see? Four more years?
The summer Olympics come around once every four years, but <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/02/nbc-olympic-logo-pwns-japanese-gymnast_n_1733543.html">this only happens</a> once in a lifetime.
Let's hope there's a trampoline under her.
He got that statue for being such a good basketball player
He's been cutting way back on the Fancy Feast, and it shows.
Becoming A Geisha
This is one "missed connection" that's going to be pretty hard to track down.
EIther that or she just had a REALLY good idea.
Michelle's New Hat?
Not to mention, if Barack leaned over any further we're pretty sure he'd have an afro.
Walking On Water
Kid gets a diving board, next thing you know he thinks he's Jesus Christ.
Neil who? Buzz who?
Looks like someone alrady found his Halloween costume.
Blow Your Horn
This must have been how they got the sun to come out back in the old days.
The Old Yawn-And-Stretch
Come on, cat. That's the oldest trick in the book.
So much cuter than regular glasses.
"Oh, did you need something? We're just being mind-bogglingly cute."
What an eavesdropper.
Catching The Moon
We're assuming Scorsese could get the moon to move if he needed to.
This cat must have been one of the first <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/08/09/horsemaning-latest-photo-posing-trend_n_922605.html#s325860&title=HuffPost_Comedys_Katla">horsemaning</a> pioneers.
Catch A Plane
It's somehow both serene and terrifying at the same time.
Why stand when you can fly?
Plane On A Wire
That is the weirdest looking bird we've ever seen.
Evolution is getting REALLY interesting these days.