Olivia Dunne Goes Viral Looking for Love in Black Mini Dress

The college athlete also rocked a two-piece white athleisure set.
Olivia Dunne

Olivia Dunne.

With such an enthusiastic fanbase, LSU star gymnast Olivia Dunne should have no problem finding a Valentine any day of the year. Still, the college junior embraced the love-filled holiday with a few social media posts.

Dunne shared a fun and flirty TikTok clip wearing a black mini dress and heels. She accessorized with small hoop earrings and a pendant necklace, along with a bouquet of red and white roses. 

She mouthed along to a sound bite from the MTV reality show, Jersey Shore: “What are you doing? If you want to make out with me, just ask. I will say yes.”

Dunne twirled around to show off all angles of her outfit before squatting down in front of the camera.

“be mine:)” she wrote in her caption.

“Dinner 7pm my place,” one follower wrote, to which the college athlete responded, “What r u making.”

“Rose are red violets are blue I am just about dunne not being w/ you,” quipped another fan.

In a Feb. 14 Instagram post, she shared three snapshots of herself sitting on a wooden loveseat. The 20-year-old wore a white two-piece tank top and skirt set from Vuori while she clutched a bouquet of red roses. Dunne’s signature blonde locks were worn loose and slightly curled, while her glam included a frosty pink lip.

“he loves me…he loves me not,” she playfully captioned the post she shared with her 3.5 million followers.

“be mine?😍,” commented LSU teammate and bestie Elena Arenas.

“cutie,” complimented Olympic champion Suni Lee.

“The roses I sent were pink 😔😔😔,” joked a follower.

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