Livvy Dunne Launches Exclusive Fan Site to See ‘More Of’ Her


Olivia Dunne has made quite a name for herself as a gymnast for Louisiana State University. Thanks to an ever-growing online following, Dunne’s reach goes far beyond the world of college sports, as she remains the NCAA’s most-followed athlete on social media. 

Dunne is currently gearing up for graduation (barring her using a fifth-year option), and it seems she’s exploring other moneymaking ventures besides gymnastics or name, image, and likeness deals. On May 1, Dunne announced a new partnership with, a website built on “help[ing] creators scale their businesses and become entrepreneur, while they create relationships with fans and make money.” 

The move comes a few months after Passes’ partnership with Angela “Blac Chyna” White, who transitioned onto the platform after being one of the top creators on OnlyFans. Dunne shared the news of the deal on her Instagram and promised that subscribers will get some exclusive content. 

“The wait is over,” she captioned an Instagram post wearing a tanktop. She encouraged her followers to go to her Passes page “for more of me and [behind-the-scenes] of my life.”

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So far, her Passes page is filled with some mirror selfies and other casual photos. If you want to see some of the exclusive content, you’ll have to pay a few dollars—currently between $4 and $7—to unlock certain photo sets and other posts. 

Dunne is far from the first female athlete to offer exclusive content on a subscription-based website. MMA fighter Paige VanZant launched her OnlyFans account in 2022 and shared last year that she’s made more money on the platform than during her entire fighting career. Meanwhile, golf influencer Paige Spiranac has a fans site of her own in the form of “OnlyPaige.”

Check Dunne’s Passes page regularly for updates, live streams, and more. 

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