LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne ended last week on a high note when she helped the Tigers to a win over Alabama in her first appearance of the season and on Tuesday introduced the «new recruit.»
Dunne scored a 9.825 in the bars as LSU headlined the Crimson Tide on Friday and then teamed up with fellow social media influencer Katie Sigmond for a short five-second clip that has already surpassed 4 million views.
The New Jersey native posted the clip with the lyrics «I wish there were two of me» playing in the background. The two women danced while clasping their hands.
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Dunne is one of the most followed college athletes on social media, boasting more than 7.2 million followers on TikTok alone.
Sigmond has millions of followers on various social media platforms. She has over 3.1 million followers on Instagram and is about to hit 1 million followers on TikTok. On his TikTok account, he posted his own video of him with Dunne on Monday that shows the two strolling through the LSU gym and jumping into a foam pit while lip-syncing to a track by Ice Spic.
The influencer collaboration quickly went viral.
Dunne is in his junior year at LSU and has had huge crowds at his meets.
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The attention from fans has led police to increase security at their matches and LSU has implemented new security measures.
In January, Dunne tweeted that he appreciated the support from fans, but urged them to be more respectful.
«I will always appreciate and love your support but if you come to a meeting I want to ask you to be respectful of other gymnasts and the gymnastics community as we are just doing our job,» she wrote.
According to On3 Sports, Dunne has an NIL valuation of $2.3 million. He reportedly earns around $2 million from various endorsements, including the sportswear brand Vuori, American Eagle and Planet Fuel. Dunne also signed with the WME Sports agency.
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When Dunne first started at LSU in 2021, he made the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll and was a WCGA Academic All-American. She was a WCGA All-American on the uneven bars and, in 2022, she was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Fox News’ Chantz Martin contributed to this report.