Gymnast Olivia Dunne In Leotards Says ‘Ready For More’ After Wild Scene

Olivia Dunne is back to regular Instagram posting following a wild scene at LSU’s season-opening loss to Utah last Friday. The gymnast took to her account and posted two pictures of herself wearing her gymnast uniform, captioning it, “ready for more.”

Stunning As Ever

Olivia Dunne poses in her black leather dress.
Instagram | Olivia Dunne

In the new addition to her feed, Dunne sent pulses racing as she rocked a purple and black bodysuit that accentuated her gorgeous, allover glow. It had a sleeveless design, highlighting her sculpted arms, and a high neckline that covered up her décolletage.

The garment also featured small beads and grommets. Dunne’s one-piece proceeded to cinch in at her waist, highlighting her flat midsection and slender frame. Also of note was its daringly high-cut design. The suit’s leg openings sat high up on her hips, leaving her sculpted legs in full view for her audience to admire.

Dunne styled her blonde locks in braids along the top with a center part. She pulled them up a bun and added a small purple ribbon. The athlete also accessorized with tiny stud earrings and wore her usual makeup look.

Attracting More Attention

Olivia Dunne posing for the camera.
Instagram | Olivia Dunne

The pics saw her sitting on a wooden chair featuring a white cushion. In the first slide, she popped her hip to the side while keeping her thighs closed. Dunne touched her waist using her left hand and positioned her left arm behind her to support her posture. She flashed a big smile as she looked down over her body.

A swipe to the right showed the 20-year-old making two peace signs and bringing them close to her face. She gazed to the side while pouting her lips like a kiss.

Driving Her Fans Wild

Olivia Dunne posing for the camera.
Instagram | Olivia Dunne

Dunne’s loyal fans adored her new update so much that they clicked the “like” button over 332,000 times. Many of them expressed their admiration for the gymnast through words, while others settled for emojis.

“Livvy, if you ever need a husband, I’m your guy,” one noted.

“Livvy I would throw myself in a wood chipper for the slight chance I get recycled into your toilet paper,” added another commenter.

“My love for you is like diarrhea, I just can’t hold it in,” remarked the third user.

Olivia Dunne Writes A Message To Her Fans

Olivia Dunne's message to her fans.
Instagram | Olivia Dunne

Obsessed is quite an understatement for Dunne’s fans, who caused a commotion during a recent sports event in Salt Lake City.

As reported by Outkick, they did not hold back their support for the gymnast on January 6 at the Jon M. Huntsman Center, where they held up Dunne-centric signs, even though she was not in the lineup at the time.

In a tweet published last Sunday, Dunne wrote, “I will always appreciate and love the support from you guys, but if you come to a meet, I want to ask you to please be respectful of the other gymnasts and the gymnastics community as we are just doing our job.”

Rude Behavior

A mother of a Utah gymnast, Jennifer Deeds Hoffman, stated on social media how some fans acted in a “disrespectful” manner.

“I am a mother of an Utah gymnast, as we were walking to the car the group swarmed my daughter and her teammate. They literally said to their faces, you are not Livvy but you will do, can we get a picture,” she stated.

“[The group] also called my daughter Livvy 2.0. They were so rude and disrespectful. It was very hard for mama bear not to come out,” Hoffman added, and made it clear that Jillian [Hoffman] and her teammate were not “harassed, assaulted or harmed in any way.”

Olivia Dunne taking a selfie.
Instagram | Olivia Dunne

Duane’s mother, Katherine, also took to Twitter and defended the gymnast.

“It is not ok to blame any athlete/celebrity when fan behavior crosses the line,” she tweeted. “In a sport where all the girls wear nothing but leotards stop suggesting that how Livvy dresses means she deserves this in any way. Stop shaming girls for the behavior of boys.”

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