Watch New Olivia Dunne Locker Room Video Going Viral – Earlier this week, social media star Oivia Dunne and the rest of her LSU teammates were preparing to compete in an intrasquad meet.
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As a result, Dunne had to fire off some social media content for her followers before that was able to happen. The video she posted of her, along with her teammate who was doing a dance in the team’s locker room, caught the attention of many.
Who is Olivia Dunne?
Dunne is regarded as one of the most popular athletes in college sports – perhaps the most popular athlete in college sports. It is estimated that she has more than two million followers on Instagram and more than six million followers on TikTok.
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Choosing to wear LSU leotards, the video of the two was posted on Dunne’s TikTok account and quickly became a viral sensation. Over 115,000 people have liked the video in just 16 hours since it was posted on YouTube.
During the month of October 2018, the app was the most downloaded photo and video app in the Apple Store, worldwide. It is estimated that the app has attracted more than 500 million monthly active users worldwide, with the US being the most popular country, where it has been downloaded over 80 million times in the last year alone. The following are some of the key factors that have contributed to the rapid rise in popularity of TikTok:
A number of celebrities have liked and used the app, including Jimmy Fallon, who has played an important role in making the app more popular. There are several partnerships with celebrities, in different regions, who are promoting the app to audiences in their local regions as part of the paid partnerships.
A paid partnership between Jimmy Fallon and the app allowed them to capitalize on Jimmy Fallon’s natural interest in the app that began in the beginning of the year. As part of his show, Jimmy Fallon created the “challenges” section and used TikTok to host the challenges in November of 2018.
He encouraged his viewers to take part in the #TumbleweedChallenge and post videos on TikTok of themselves rolling like a tumbleweed by using the hashtag #TumbleweedChallenge. Taking the challenge himself, the TV host decided to kickstart this trend by taking on the challenge himself.