Olivia Dunne has emerged to almost A-list status in the pantheon of American celebrities. the LSU gymnast and social media influencer is seemingly everywhere these days.
Recently, you may have seen her in some commercials during the NBA playoffs for clothing brand Vuori. Vuori has been a big sponsor of Olivia Dunne, and she is quite the NIL powerhouse.
Athletes with the highest NIL valuation, per @On3NIL:
1️⃣ Bronny James
2️⃣ Arch Manning
3️⃣ Mikey Williams
4️⃣ Caleb Williams
5️⃣ Olivia Dunne
Represented by @KlutchSports, Bronny James has already inked deals with Beats, Nike and PSD Underwear. pic.twitter.com/vcUqseWA7V
— Boardroom (@boardroom) January 27, 2023
So, how did Olivia Dunne build such a big following? She’s a gymnast with serious credentials, including past international assignments for Team USA. And, she was an All-American as a freshman at LSU before injuries have hampered her the last two seasons.
In the meantime, she’s been building a massive social media following. Olivia Dunne has over 7 million followers on TikTok and a whopping 4 million followers on Instagram.
And, it’s not hard to guess why.
@livvy if this is on your fyp, it’s a sign #foryou #gym ♬ this sound blewww uppppp – ae
She, as the Zoomers like to say, has the Rizz.
And, the famous Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue has taken notice of Olivia Dunne’s propensity to get people’s attention. She is making her debut in this year’s edition. She follows in the footsteps of athletes like Maria Sharapova, as well as fellow gymnasts Simone Biles and Aly Raisman.
Here are the first images released by Sports Illustrated.
Those photos set the internet on fire. But wait, there’s more! Wednesday, another photograph of Olivia Dunne from her SI swimsuit shoot found the light of day.
Yeah, Olivia has still got it. Last year’s issue was released May 19, but they haven’t announced the official release date for this year.