- Olivia Dunne attempted to portray the character ‘Khaleesi’ on Halloween
- The LSU gymnast is known for making millions as a social media influencer
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LSU gymnast and social media influencer Olivia Dunne attempted to portray the “Khaleesi” character from HBO’s “Game of Thrones” for Halloween, but was called out by none other than her sister Julz.
“Have you even watched GOT?” asked Julz, the older sister, on Instagram in response to the racy Khaleesi-inspired photos Olivia posted.
“@julznauw wouldn’t you love to know weather boy,” Olivia replied, referencing a popular internet meme.
The skimpy outfit resembled the wardrobe actress Emilia Clarke wore in Game of Thrones, but fans commenting on the Instagram post didn’t seem to care whether Olivia nailed the look or not.
“I would love to see a pillow fight,” read one of the creepier responses.
Olivia Dunne tried her hand at playing the ‘Khaleesi’ character from Game of Thrones on Halloween
Olivia Dunne (right) pictured with her sister Julz (left) in Baton Rouge in April
Olivia Dunne is known for making millions as a social media influencer in the NCAA’s new era of name, image and licensing deals for student athletes.
Livvy, as she is known, has a NIL worth of $3.2 million with 12.1 million social media followers, placing her third in On3.com’s student-athlete rankings.
In fact, she is the only athlete in the top four who is not descended from a better known one.
Top-ranked Bronny James is the son of LeBron, Colorado quarterback Sheduer Sanders is the son of Buffaloes coach and NFL legend Deion, while fourth-ranked Arch Manning, a quarterback at Texas, is the cousin of Eli and Peyton.
Olivia Dunne’s attempt to look like Khaleesi from Game of Thrones backfired with her sister Julz
But Olivia does have one recognizable family member: Julz.
Not only does Julz have her own social media following, with nearly 44,000 subscribers, but the recent LSU graduate is also Olivia’s business partner.
The two have collaborated on an energy drink campaign, and in a July interview with Elle, Olivia admitted that Julz is “sometimes the brains behind the operation.”
In fact, Julz is actually an employee of her sister, developing social media strategies, filming Olivia and editing clips while the gymnast practices.