Paige Spiranac and Olivia Dunne pose together.Olivia Dunne and Paige Spiranac (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit)
Paige Spiranac and Olivia Dunne turned heads at the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2024 red carpet event at the Hard Rock Hotel in New York, which marked the magazine’s 60th anniversary.

The event saw a host of celebrities wearing eye-catching outfits, with Spiranac making a bold statement in a white dress that barely covered her chest and Olivia Dunne wearing an equally open black outfit that exposed much of her boobs.

Olivia Dunne and Paige Spiranac also celebrated Sports Illustrated Swimsuit’s 2024 edition launch and 60th anniversary by rocking matching sheer black dresses.

The former LSU Tigers gymnast even has a nickname for Spiranac: “Mother,” as she posted on her Instagram stories as they posed next to each other.

Dunne, who is 21, and Spiranac, who is 31, are featured in the 2024 edition of SI Swimsuit. The latter appears on a cover featuring fellow “legends” of the brand, including Camille Kostek and Winnie Harlow.

SI Swimsuit honored its legends with three star-studded covers, noting Tuesday on Instagram, “Each woman serves as an inspiration in her own unique way, championing a mission that SI Swimsuit has long upheld: the importance of representation, and the polysemous nature of beauty.”

Spiranac made her SI Swimsuit debut in 2018 and was photographed in Aruba.

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The wife of golfer Brooks Koepka, Jena Sims, and the wife of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, Brittany Mahomes, are also members of the 2024 Rookie class, which includes Olivia Dunne, who was initially highlighted in the magazine last year.

Olivia Dunne Hasn’t ‘Quite Thought About’ Returning to LSU for a Fifth-Year

Olivia Dunne (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit)

The LSU Tigers are coming off the gymnastics program’s first national title after they edged out second-place finisher California.

Dunne hinted that her time at LSU could be coming to an end.

“It definitely makes me want to come back, but I haven’t quite thought about it completely,” Dunne said. “I’ve just been focused on the now and winning this national title. I’ll definitely start thinking about it.”

Dunne will graduate from LSU in May, but has a fifth year of eligibility due to the COVID pandemic.