Olivia Dunne posts a beaming tribute to boyfriend Paul Skenes on TikTok as she jokingly falls to the floor during the song “Died in Your Arms” β€” all because he’s an LSU gymnastics fan!

  • Olivia Dunne and boyfriend, MLB prospect Paul Skenes, went public this year
  • Since then, they have been seen together at a number of LSU football games
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Olivia Dunne has seemingly paid a gushing tribute to her boyfriend Paul Skenes in one of her latest TikTok posts.

The gymnast shared a video of herself falling onto her bed in awe, before turning around and looking smitten alongside the caption: “If he’s an LSU gymnastics fan…”

She then captioned the post: “Bonus points if he comes to our meet” with the song “Died in Your Arms Tonight” by Cutting Crew.

Dunne and Skenes, a major baseball prospect who was the first overall pick in the 2023 MLB Draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates, went official earlier this year and have been spotted together at LSU football games.

Last month, they were seen holding hands as they celebrated the team’s victory against Auburn on Oct. 15. And they’ve even had a dog together since then, with Dunne even setting up an Instagram for her puppy, named Roux.

Olivia Dunne appears to post a glowing tribute to her boyfriend Paul Skenes on TikTok

Dunne and Skenes even have a dog together - Roux - after becoming official earlier this year

Dunne and Skenes even have a dog together – Roux – after becoming official earlier this year

Rumors of the pair being an item swirled, but speculation increased when Dunne was spotted making his debut for the Bradenton Marauders in August.

Speaking to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, he opened up about their relationship, saying, β€œIt’s definitely fun. It can be tricky sometimes, to be honest, when it comes to actually going somewhere.

β€œIf one of us were to go to Baton Rouge alone, there would probably be someone there asking for something: a photo, an autograph, whatever.

‘It’s nice to be able to have that conversation. She gets it. I wish she could come to a baseball game and just enjoy it. It irritates me.

‘I have no control over it. She really doesn’t either. I’m sure it will get better as I move up, but that’s something I want for her.”