Olivia Dunne stuns in another eye-popping ensemble on TikTok, and her fans are absolutely loving the look!
The artistic gymnast took to the video-sharing site and posted a clip of herself lip-syncing to a song.
Dunne flashed her ample assets by wearing a plunging garment in the 7-second video, which accrued over half a million views in less than a day.
Stunning As Ever
The 20-year-old rocked a revealing beige top that looked similar to a corset but in a cropped style. It boasted a plunging neckline that showcased her enviable cleavage. Her ample cleavage spilled out of the center and was enhanced by the tight fit of the piece. The garment also included a criss-cross, tie-down feature which drew attention toward her taut stomach and chiseled abs. Its sleeveless design bared her sculpted arms.
For accessories, Dunne opted for two dainty necklaces and a pair of small stud earrings. She styled her blonde locks in sleek straight strands with a center part, allowing them to fall over her shoulders and back.
The Cutest Sneeze!
Complete with a pair of eyeglasses, Dunne looked tantalizing while mouthing the lyrics to “Wild Thots” by A Boogie & Fabolous.
In the middle of the clip, the athlete suddenly sneezed and then continued lip-syncing.
“Enjoy my sneeze,” Dunne wrote in the caption.
Fans React To The Video
Since going live on her account, the share pulled in over 134,000 likes. Dunne’s followers also showered her with more than a thousand messages that were mostly compliments.
“Uh oh… Livy steps up the competition,” one wrote.
“Dear God even our sneezes are adorable,” remarked another fan.
“Your sneeze is so cute,” a third commenter chimed in.
“Yo a boogie goes hard, but you on the bars goes harder,” noted the fourth user.
Reminding Fans Of Her Athletic Ability
A few days ago, Dunne showcased her insane bar skills in another TikTok video that has already racked up over 2.2 million views.
The internet sensation posted a 30-second clip of herself flipping between the uneven bars at the 2023 SEC Championships. She scored a season-high 9.850, helping LSU to a third-place finish.
“Living the dream,” Dunne captioned the share.
Training Since She Was 10
The junior answered some questions from fans in the comments.
When someone asked how long it took for her to learn the routine, Dunne responded, “I’ve been doing these skills since I was about 10.”
She added, “When I did Elite [Gymnastics] my routines were much harder, but college is more for fun.”
As reported by Fox News, the LSU Tigers topped Kentucky, Auburn, Missouri, Arkansas, and Georgia. Florida would win the title, and Alabama would finish in second.
“We’re always disappointed when we know we left things on the floor, but the other part of that is that they continued to show their fight and their grit. Our score was consistent with what’ve done all year,” Tigers’ coach Jay Clark said after the title meet. “Given the circumstances, I am just proud of their continued fight. Now, we move onto regionals.”