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Olivia Dunne Shows Her Excitement For 'Senior Szn' In Tight Black Top

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By Alisan Duran on September 24, 2023 at 1:00 AM EDT

Olivia Dunne gets excited for senior year!

The artistic gymnast competing for Louisiana State University took to her TikTok account and posted a video of herself showing how she felt about the new school year. Dunne also proudly showed off a set of photos, including one of her team.

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Beautiful In Black

Olivia Dunne snapping a selfie.
Instagram | Olivia Dunne

The 20-year-old wore a black tank top made of a stretchy material that hugged her curves to perfection. It boasted a scoop neckline that allowed her to put on a busty display. In addition, the sleeveless design helped accentuate her toned arms and shoulders. It seemed like the athlete was braless underneath, but the piece of clothing was thick enough to obscure the necessary bits.

Dunne parted her blonde locks in the center, and left the long, straight strands falling over her shoulder and back. For accessories, she opted for tiny gold hoop earrings and a necklace from Van Cleef & Arpels.

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New Year, New Season

Dunne filmed herself lip-syncing to an audio of Kanye West's 47th Annual Grammy speech.

Complete with hand gestures, the influencer mouthed the words: "Everybody wanted to know what I would do if I didn't win."

Dunne then placed her hand over her mouth and smiled before jumping up and down.

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Proud Moments

Olivia Dunne poses in her purple-and silver leotard.
Instagram | Olivia Dunne

"I guess we'll never know," Dunne said, then covered the camera using her hand.

The footage then showed her pictures rocking her purple-and-silver leotard boasting sheer long sleeves highlighting her sculpted arms and a high neckline obscuring her décolletage from view. The garment also featured sparkly rhinestones.

Dunne's one-piece proceeded to cinch in at her waist, emphasizing her flat midsection and slender frame. Also of note was its daringly high-cut style. The suit's leg openings sat high on her hips, leaving her sculpted legs in full view for her online audience to admire.

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The LSU Tigers gymnastics team.
Instagram | Olivia Dunne
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The last image saw Dunne posing with her teammates, Haleigh Bryant, Sierra Ballard, Elena Arenas, and Chase Brock.

The gymnast posted the same pics on her Instagram account with a caption, "Last one best one♡ #seniorszn."

Fans Shower Olivia Dunne With Messages

Olivia Dunne poses in her purple-and silver leotard.
Instagram | Olivia Dunne

The update has garnered rave reviews for Dunne so far, with over 517,000 likes and upward of 1,700 comments.

"Indeed a senior slay," wrote former college basketball star Hanna Cavinder.

"Absolutely Beautiful and Cutest Angel," added another follower.

"Geez you're looking fit and tidy," remarked the third user.

"How is someone this pretty and so talented at the same time," noted the fourth commenter.

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On The Cover Of Sports Illustrated

Angel Reese and Olivia Dunne grace the cover of Sports Illustrated's October Issue.
Instagram | Sports Illustrated

Dunne, together with fellow LSU athlete Angel Reese, graced the cover of Sports Illustrated's October Issue.

In the interview, the gymnast opened up about people's perception of her and her success.

"People definitely discredit what I do," Dunne said. "People need to understand that I've worked for everything I've earned. I've spent years building an audience, and brands pay me for what they believe is worth the reach of the demographic that I offer."

Dunne, the highest-paid female college athlete in the country, created The Livvy Fund, a program meant to help other LSU female student-athletes find brand deals and monetize their names.

"Me being at the forefront, the most important thing for me was to give back," she said.

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