Olivia Dunne Goes Viral Jamming To Morgan Wallen Song In Cowboy Boots And Hat

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Sunday night Olivia Dunne was in Oxford, Mississippi for the Morgan Wallen concert and paid tribute to the popular singer by jamming out to “Everything I Love” in a new viral TikTok video.

Unfortunately, despite numerous pictures on Snapchat showing Dunne at the concert, she didn’t actually get to see him perform.

In case you missed it, Sunday night Morgan Wallen cancelled his show in Oxford, Mississippi just minutes before he was supposed to perform because he reportedly “lost his voice.”

Thousands of fans were already inside Vaught Hemingway Stadium on the campus of the University of Mississippi and had watched the opening acts when the announcement was made.

So, based on the fact that the TikTok video is still up, it appears that Olivia Dunne wasn’t nearly as upset as many of the other fans who went to Ole Miss to see Morgan Wallen perform only to come away disappointed.

“A little commotion for the boots,” Livvy wrote in the video’s description.

@livvy a little commotion for the boots❕ #foryou ♬ Everything I Love – Morgan Wallen

“Did u make that boy miss his concert??” one fan asked in the comments.

Interestingly, in a semi-related note, a couple of days ago, Southern Connecticut State gymnast Sydney Smith appeared to join influencer Breckie Hill in her feud with Olivia Dunne.

And it appears that Smith, who has over 1.4 million followers on TikTok is on Hill’s side.

“It’s been kind of toxic because girls have felt like they need to look a certain way to be good at the sport,” Smith said about the negative comments about gymnasts’ bodies. “No matter how small, big or tall you are, you can still be good at gymnastics.

“Putting it into young athletes minds that they can’t do sick flips or get a full ride because they have a bigger chest size is horrible.”

“Facts,” Breckie Hill commented.

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