2023 SI Swimsuit Model Olivia Dunne Jokes About Finding Her Soulmate

The NCAA athlete shared a playful video about a crush on TikTok.
Olivia Dunne

Olivia Dunne.

Olivia Dunne is showing off her sense of humor. The LSU gymnast and 2023 SI Swimsuit model shared a TikTok on Wednesday in which she quipped about getting attached to a potential suitor rather quickly.

“Me bc he drinks water and I do too so basically we’re meant to be (I’ve lost it),” the 20-year-old wrote across the screen. In the clip, she playfully danced around in her kitchen to the sound of “Sunday” by The Cranberries. She wore a black LSU gymnastics Nike crewneck and gray athletic shorts in the snippet.

Dunne, who was photographed by Ben Watts in Puerto Rico for this year’s magazine, further joked in her caption, “i wonder if he breathes air too?!😆 #foryou.”

Tons of Dunne’s 7.4 million followers on the platform flocked to the comments section to make jokes of their own.

“Water sales rn 📈📈📈,” someone wrote, to which Dunne replied, “stay hydrated❕.”

“I drink water so this post is definitely about me (I’ve officially hit rock bottom and there is no return),” another fan added.

“I drink the Pacific Ocean in a day,” one person stated.

“Brb gonna go chug some water,” yet another follower said.

This isn't the first time the NCAA athlete has alluded to her dating life on TikTok. Last month, she joked that she’s single due to being “emotionally unavailable.”

Meet Olivia Dunne—read the 2023 SI Swimsuit model’s full feature profile here.

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