‘Coronavirus challenge’ toilet-licker Ava Louise wants to cough on Dr. Phil

This wanna-be influencer has a actual potty mouth.

Ava Louise, the determined-for-fame 22-12 months-old who went viral for licking an plane toilet seat in a “coronavirus challenge” TikTok video clip, has officially flushed her reputation even even further into the septic tank.

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The aspiring singer and self-explained “skinny legend” shared some crappy text with tv therapist Dr. Phil in an interview that aired Thursday, in accordance to Insider. Specially, she was so ruffled by Dr. Phil’s criticism of her bizarre viral upload, which is no for a longer time accessible on TikTok, that she said — in the midst of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic — she’s tempted to cough on him.

“I’ll pull up and I’ll cough on you,” she claimed, to which he replied by contacting her “spoiled and entitled.”

That wasn’t the only stinker of a line she failed to maintain back.

“I was, like, actually annoyed that corona was having additional publicity than me,” she explained in the job interview.

“I just do not feel that this is as concerning as possibly as it could be, for the reason that I really don’t have coronavirus. I do not have any signs or symptoms. No a single I know has indicators,” she continued, adding that simply because she went on spring crack and continue to feels balanced, coronavirus can’t result in anything severe.

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On a international level, the coronavirus has contaminated some 470,000 people today. About 114,000 have recovered, whilst around 22,000 have died. Among the sick, an additional boneheaded TikTok prankster named Larz — who also posted a online video of him licking a toilet bowl for the exact same sewage-amount obstacle — explained this week he was hospitalized for the coronavirus. (It is not very clear no matter if his soiled tongue led to the an infection.)

Ava Louise has claimed that her john-licking stunt was for clout, and had previously appeared on “Dr. Phil” twice in 2019.

In this most recent interview, Dr. Phil requested, “If you infect 1 human being that loses their daily life, is it truly worth it for you to have this interest?”

“Yeah,” she answered.