Olivia Dunne Records Provocative Video Of Herself In Bed

Olivia Dunne Records Provocative Video Of Herself In Bed

Olivia Dunne recorded a provocative video of herself in bed this week and released it to much critical acclaim.

Over the past couple of years, Dunne has quietly positioned herself as the most popular collegiate athlete in all of sports. Between her unique status as one of LSU’s top gymnasts and her innate knack for creating viral content, she has monetized her standing about as much as anyone possibly could.

This week Dunne once again proved why no other athlete in her age bracket can compete with her fandom right now.

In a now-viral clip, Dunne recorded a provocative video in bed that proved to be an instant hit:

@livvyBonus points if he comes to our meets>😮‍💨♬ i just died in your arms – favsoundds

“I love you Livvy Dunne,” one fan replied.

“Livvy: the killer of many men’s dreams,” another added.

“Livvy, I’m whatever you tell me to be,” a third chimed in.

Dunne has a certain propensity for blowing up online. Between her wild 21st birthday party antics, that racy photo of her wearing her boyfriend’s shirt and nothing else, and her provocative bathroom video, nobody can compete with her.

The big college sports story of this week was obviously which school Texas quarterback Arch Manning plans to transfer to. But Dunne’s latest viral effort easily superseded that.

She is just that level of superstar at this point.

With LSU’s gymnastics season right around the corner, the Tigers seem well positioned for another title run. Last year, they made it all the way to the NCAA Tournament Gymnastics Final Four before ultimately falling short.

This time around Dunne seems intent on going home with nothing less than a championship.

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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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