2023 SI Swimsuit Model Olivia Dunne Makes More Jokes About Being Single

This isn’t the first time the LSU gymnast has poked fun at her dating life on social media.
Olivia Dunne

Olivia Dunne.

Olivia Dunne may be a Division I athlete and SI Swimsuit model, but according to a recent TikTok, she’s a little shy when it comes to dating.

The 20-year-old LSU junior joked about her love life on the video-based platform with a funny clip. Dunne stood in front of a doorway wearing a cropped white top, gray zip-up hoodie and matching athletic shorts.

“if you want a boyfriend you have to hangout,” read the on-screen text.

“O.K., well that’s interesting, you want to know why?” Dunne mouthed along to an audio clip before sprinting away through the open door. She further proved her point by writing, “spooky stuff,” in her caption.

“I’m sure she wants to hangout with me,” one person quipped in the comments, to which Dunne replied with similar humor, “I was actually running to u.”

Last month, Dunne shared a similarly-themed video on TikTok about embracing the single life. She claimed she’s “emotionally unavailable” while noting she needs to “focus on her sport.” 

The influencer will make her debut in the 2023 SI Swimsuit Issue later this month. Check out new, exclusive images from her photo shoot in Puerto Rico with Ben Watts here.

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

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Cara O’Bleness


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