LSU Gymnast, Influencer Olivia Dunne Jokes About Why She’s Single

The college athlete stated she’s ‘emotionally unavailable.’
Olivia Dunne

Olivia Dunne.

Olivia Dunne would have no problem finding a date, but the LSU gymnast and TikTok influencer recently took to the platform to joke about why she’s single by choice.

Dunne mouthed along to a popular audio track on the platform while inserting her own take via on-screen text. While the original sound states, “If you wrote ‘vapes in here’ on the outside of a wishing well and you came there at night with a flashlight and looked down in there, I’d be in there,” Dunne customized her message with, “If you wrote *emotionally unavailable athletes*.”

She further clarified in her caption: “I need to focus on my sport.”

Dunne wore a white crew-neck sweatshirt with The Masters logo on it, and her blonde locks were worn loose.

While several of her 7.4 million followers on the platform were confused by the audio and asked Dunne if she does indeed vape (she clarified no), others complimented the 20-year-old on her wardrobe.

“Top tier shirt,” one fan wrote in the comments.

“Masters drip 😳,” another person added.

Dunne and her LSU Tigers teammates recently placed fourth at the NCAA gymnastics national championships. Although the season is now over, the New Jersey native isn’t skimping out on her workouts. Earlier this week, she shared a clip of her conditioning exercises in the gym.

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