- Dunne said there’s no better place than Tiger Stadium on Saturday night
- She watched as Jayden Daniels threw three TD passes to inspire LSU’s victory
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LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne enjoyed a Saturday night at Tiger Stadium after watching her university’s football team defeat the Army Black Knights.
Dunne, the online sensation with more than 12 million followers on TikTok and Instagram, was present for the Tigers’ 62-0 victory in Louisiana after attending the game with a group of friends.
Alongside a photo of her and eight friends, the 21-year-old suggested there was no better place for her, writing: ‘Louisiana Saturday nights>’.
In the game itself, Dunne watched as Jayden Daniels threw three touchdown passes and rushed for another to help the Tigers roll over the Black Knights in a non-conference game.
Daniels completed 11 of 15 passes for 279 yards, and Brian Thomas Jr. (122 receiving yards) and Malik Nabers (121) each caught two touchdown passes for LSU (6-2).
LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne (second from left) enjoyed a Saturday night at Tiger Stadium
She watched as Jayden Daniels (left) threw three touchdown passes and rushed for another to help the Tigers roll over the Black Knights
Not only is Dunne a superstar gymnast, but he also has more than 12 million combined followers on TikTok and Instagram
Kanye Udoh rushed for 108 yards for Army (2-5), which had just 193 total yards as it lost its fourth straight and second in a row by shutout. The Black Knights lost to Troy 19-0 a week earlier, scoring just 40 points during the losing streak.
Dunne also attended the Tigers’ 48-18 win over Auburn last weekend with new MLB friend Paul Skenes.
The collegiate gymnast made a rare public appearance with Skenes and reposted a video of the couple, who have been dating for a few months, in the stands.
At one point the camera panned across the sea of purple and yellow in the crowd, to Dunne and Skenes, holding hands.
The social media influencer raised her hand and cheered when she saw the camera on her, while Skenes gave a more subdued reaction and just smiled.
Earlier in the day, Dunne, who celebrated her 21st birthday last month, posted a mirror selfie of herself from LSU’s gymnastics facility.
She showed off her competition outfit as she posed in a white romper with a zip up the front and a purple ‘Geaux’ button on her chest.
She held hands with MLB pitcher friend Paul Skenes as they watched the Tigers last week
Dunne also enjoyed a tailgate with her gymnastics teammates before the football game, sharing a photo of the athletes with her story.
Skenes, a rising baseball prospect who was selected first overall in the 2023 MLB Draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates, confirmed in August that he and Dunne are an item and made an impassioned plea to fans to give her space when she attends his games.
The paid player has been rumored, but speculation increased when she was featured in his debut for the Bradenton Marauders in August.