Olivia Dunne, a gymnast who is worth a million dollars, is considered to be one of the sexiest women in the world.
A millionaire gymnast at age 20, Olivia Dunne has been recognized as one of the world’s sexiest ladies
Dunne has been placed in the same elite company as the professional golfer Paige Spiranac, who was crowned the World’s Sexiest Woman by the respected publication Maxim in 2022.
Dunne was featured in the “Fit and Fabulous” section of the magazine among other athletes like professional surfer Anastasia Ashley and Austrian heptathlon athlete Ivona Dadic.
Dunne may add this honor to her growing collection.
In their opinion, Dunne‘s “lean and strong arms, toned legs, and sculpted abs” make her the “envy of many” in the magazine Maxim.
In addition, gymnast and multimillionaire Olivia Dunne just shared a video to TikTok in which she channels a sexy cowgirl.
Blonde bombshell, age 20, shows off her athleticism and flexibility in “A little commotion for the boots,” a short clip with a country and western theme.
Dunne, wearing a hat and boots to coordinate, kicked her legs straight while dancing to “Everything I Love” by Morgan Wallen.
To quote an ardent supporter: “might have to be a cowboy for you.”
Another person added, “Alright, I’m becoming a country fan now.”
An additional person exclaimed, “MOST BEAUTIFUL cowgirl ever.”
One more added, “You look good with a country fit.”
After sharing the video to TikTok over the weekend, Dunne confessed that she was worried about how viewers might react.
Although she has not yet made her Olympic debut for Team USA, she has become a social media phenomenon with over 7.3 million TikTok followers.
Because of her massive online following, she was able to turn $1 million by the time she was 18 years old.
She has accepted Louisiana State University’s full athletic scholarship offer and is currently polishing her gymnastics skills there.
On3’s NIL (name, image, and likeness) assessment places her present wealth at roughly $3.4m (£2.7m), despite the fact that she is still in school.
She spoke up recently about how she feels men and women are treated equally in collegiate athletics.
She told People, “Opportunities for men and women in NCAA sports should be equal.”
“But a lot of the NIL collectives only go to men’s athletics. I want to show you can do whatever you love—whether it’s gymnastics or music or painting—and capitalize on it and create your own business.
“There was no roadmap of how to do school, your athletics and social media all at the same time. And I figured I could change that. I could pave the way and be a good example to young girls that look up to me.”