LSU Star Olivia Dunne’s Latest Hotel Room Video Goes Viral

LSU Star Olivia Dunne’s Latest Hotel Room Video Goes Viral

LSU star Olivia Dunne saw her latest hotel room video go viral this past week.

Dunne, 20, is the biggest name in collegiate sports right now and has been for more than a year.

Her helping lead the Tigers’ gymnastics team to an NCAA Final Four only raised her stock in the eyes of fans and followers alike.

This week, Dunne took to social media to share a wild hotel room video.

@livvy She gets what im sayin @katiessigmond #foryou #nyc ♬ original sound – G Zoom

Whether Dunne is getting her secret boyfriend uncovered by fans, going viral for her photos wearing nothing but a NASCAR jacket or going wild at a concert, she has little trouble staying in the news cycle. This is just the latest example of that.

Dunne’s popularity is so incredible, in fact, that she makes others famous by mere association. Whether it’s her sister Julz blowing up online over her NYC party photos or her rival Sydney Smith setting the internet ablaze over her provocative pictures, anyone Dunne touches turns into a social media sensation.

Last season, Dunne proved that her influence on the mats is just as vast as it is online. When she was hurt, LSU struggled to win its matches in the early part of the year.

As soon as Dunne returned to the fold – the Tigers went on a massive winning streak.

That in turn culminated in them making it to the NCAA Gymnastics Final Four where they came up just short of winning a National Championship.

By any objective measure, the past year has been huge for Dunne.

She seems to become a bigger and bigger star by the month.

What will the rest of 2023 have in stock for Dunne? Time will tell.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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