LSU gymnasts Olivia Dunne and Elena Arenas smiling.

Olivia Dunne In Her Leotard Dances With Elena Arenas On 'Meet Day'

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By Alisan Duran on February 13, 2023 at 6:30 PM EST

Olivia Dunne and teammate Elena Arenas break the internet!

The LSU gymnast, who became a millionaire at 18, took to TikTok and posted a now-viral video of herself and her teammate. Dunne and Arenas showed off their dance moves on social media during "meet day."

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Looking SO Fine

LSU gymnasts Elena Arenas and Olivia Dunne smiling.
Instagram | Olivia Dunne

The athletes sent pulses racing as they rocked an electric blue bodysuit made ups shiny fabric with silver accents. Their garments had sheer long sleeves that displayed their sculpted arms. The high V-necklines and cutouts also exposed parts of their chests.

The one-piece suits proceeded to cinch in at the gymnasts' waists, highlighting their flat midsection and slender frame. Also of note was the daringly high-cut design. The leotards' leg openings stretched high up above their hips, leaving their sculpted legs in full view for their audience to admire.

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All-Dolled Up

LSU gymnasts Elena Arenas and Olivia Dunne smiling.
Instagram | Olivia Dunne

Dunne, 20, styled her platinum blonde locks in braids along the top with a center part. She left the long strands falling over her shoulders and down her back. As for, Arenas, 21, she also incorporated braids but has pulled her dark tresses in a high ponytail.

In addition, both stunners sported a gorgeous makeup look for the competition.

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They're In-Sync

The clip saw Dunne and Arenas busting out the same moves in their hotel room in anticipation of the Tigers' upcoming meet against Auburn University.

"Happy meet day y’all:) #foryou #lsu #gymnastics," Dunne wrote in the caption.

As of today, the video has been viewed over 1.7 million times. Dunne and Arena's loyal fans enjoyed the footage so much that they clicked the "like" button over 228,000 times. Many of them also expressed their admiration for the gymnasts through words, while others settled for emojis.

"I think this is the best tiktok I’ve ever seen," wrote a follower.

"You are literally my fav gymnast! I am one too," another commenter told Dunne.

"My two favorite gymnasts," noted the third user.

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Being Positive Despite The Outcome

March 4, 2022: LSU's Olivia Dunne competes on her floor routine during NCAA Gymnastics action between the Kentucky Wildcats and the LSU Tigers at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center in Baton Rouge, LA. Jonathan Mailhes/CSM(Credit Image: © Jonathan Mailhes/Cal Sport Media) Newscom/(Mega Agency TagID: csmphototwo877692.jpg) [Photo via Mega Agency]

While LSU is currently ranked No. 9 in the nation, the Alabama team is ranked No. 5. Although Dunne and Arenas were in high spirits that day, their team lost to Auburn with 197.500-197.750.

"Overall, I thought it was a very good meet. We stayed aggressive and stayed true to our message," said head coach Jay Clark. "We'll continue to keep climbing and keep getting better. This score will help us tremendously once NQS begins and will set us up to move up as we get closer to postseason."

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Livvy Dunne Goes Trending With Sunisa Lee

Even in the face of defeat, Dunne remained a good sport during an encounter with Auburn gymnast Sunisa Lee, 19

The internet sensation even called Lee her "Olympic champion friend," whom she's "trying to convince" in transferring to LSU.

In the video, Dunne mouthed the words "be awesome, be so cool" to Lee, who stood behind her.

"Was worth a shot… @sunisalee_," Dunne noted in the caption.

After only a day of going live on the video-sharing site, the clip amassed over four million views.

"Hmm how about you transfer to auburn," a follower suggested to Dunne.

"I think she rather go to Olympics again," a different TikTok user said of Lee.

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