Twins Hanna and Haley Cavinder had a dance-off following their March Madness loss… in bikinis.

The athletic twins play for the Miami Hurricanes, defeated by the LSU Tigers in the NCAA women’s basketball tournament’s Elite Eight.

They took to TikTok to post on their joint page, which has a total of 4.5 million followers.

The sisters captioned the post, “We luv this dance,” as they dance to a popular sped-up TikTok song derived from “Nasty” by Anyesha Erotica.


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The video has been viewed almost 500,000 times, with 75,500 likes and 400 comments.

The two most talked-about individuals in the tournament were the 22-year-old sisters, who demonstrated to many basketball fans that they had abilities by reaching the Sweet 16.

“We have nothing to prove because we are already approved,” said the sisters on Instagram after advancing.

Their journey had ended before reaching the Final Four, but they ended their last game with tremendous support and memories. “Thank you all for the support this season,” the Cavinder twins said.

Haley and Hanna are the highest-paid collegiate athletes, with earnings believed to be in the seven figures.

Regarding returning to the court, Haley is impatient, unlike her sister, who is unsure.

Hanna said on a podcast, “I want to start my life.”

The sisters also shared their journey in a paid promotion post with TurboTax, “ever since we were young, we dreamt of playing college basketball, but that wasn’t our only dream. Our lifelong goal was to play in March Madness, and this year we got to do that.”

They added, “All of our training and hard work has paid off, and we were so glad that we could achieve this dream together.”

@cavindertwins we luv this dance #fyp #twins #foryou ♬ CAUSE IS BEAT THAT BOY WIT A BAT – ▫️𝙎𝙮𝙥𝙝𝙚𝙧▫️

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