Celebrity Gymnast Livvy Dunne Wants to be a Role Model For Young Girls
Celebrity gymnast Olivia Paige Dunne, known as “Livvy” Dunne stunned fans and followers in a tight minidress as she marked a significant milestone. The rising gymnast is the most followed NCAA athlete on social media and was invited to the Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly (ESPYS) this year, where she walked the red carpet in a stunning backless gown. The blonde showed off her super-toned figure from a car and for late-night snaps to celebrate reaching 2 million Instagram followers last week.
The 19-year-old Louisiana State University gymnast has officially become a celebrity; while she was already the most-followed NCAA athlete on social media in 2021, she had yet to walk the red carpet. The American Eagle partner, who has over 5 million TikTok followers, posed in a plunging and strappy black microdress among swish tan leather shoes. Going for a push-up cleavage look as she folded her legs in the first snap, the Forever 21 model smiled confidently while highlighting her killer pins – she was photographed with a matching black purse next to her.
The artistic gymnast gave a wink and a pout in the second photo, as well as the peace sign with both hands while showing off her yellow-and-white Nike sneakers. “Thank you for 2 million,” she wrote, accompanied by a white heart emoji.
The social media personality appears to be in a good position professionally. Her TikTok videos have over 10 million views, and the brand deals keep coming in. Livvy signed her first major deal with Vuori Clothing last year, and she’s since been picked up by American Eagle, Plantfuel, Forever 21, and beauty behemoth L’Oréal.
Last year, Livvy told her TikTok followers that she wanted to be a role model for young girls. She stated that she wanted to lead by example and was just going with the flow. The adaptable star also revealed to the New York Post that she does not feel much pressure, because doing social media has always been something that she had loved.
Famous gymnasts like Nastia Liukin and McKayla Maroney already follow the celebrity gymnast on Instagram. Livvy’s earnings are the result of rule changes. The NCAA once prohibited its athletes from profiting from their image or name.
@livvy #ad Love my flares:) @American Eagle #aepartner #aeathleticdept #foryou ♬ original sound – Olivia Dunne