Nebraska Star Jess Gardner’s Intimate Pajama Party Photos Go Viral

Nebraska Star Jess Gardner’s Intimate Pajama Party Photos Go Viral

Nebraska star Jess Gardner has seen her profile grow substantially over the past year and change.

Obviously she isn’t on the same level as LSU gymnastics icon Olivia Dunne. No one in college sports is. Dunne routinely sets the internet ablaze for everything ranging from her bath tub photos to her racy locker room videos to her now-infamous ‘nippy’ video.

That said, Gardner is definitely in that very next echelon. In recent months she has blown up online for her racy bathrobe photos, see-through shirts, and provocative party outfits.

This week she did it once again.

In a series of now-viral posts, Gardner shared some outtakes from a recent pajama party she partook in:


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Needless to say, the pictures were a huge hit:

“Obsessed,” one fan wrote.

“JESS, U ARE BREATHTAKING! Absolutely beautiful,” another person added.

“Cute,” a third fan chimed in.

Gardner’s celebrity is pretty undeniable at this juncture. Again, she isn’t Dunne – but nobody is. Heck, the latter is so famous that even her sister routinely goes viral for everything ranging from going outside wearing no shirt at all to her see-through tops to her wild outfits.

But Gardner is very successful in her own right. Especially for a sport far less recognized nationally than gymnastics.

Plus, it is worth noting that because Nebraska is such an embarrassing school when it comes to football now, Gardner has actually been one of the few Huskers athletes worth following as of late.

In many ways, she is carrying Nebraska’s entire sports program on her back in 2024.

What will Gardner ultimately go viral for next? 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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