UCLA Gymnast Katelyn Ohashi Captivates the Crowd Once Again With Another Perfect-10 Routine

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There is no such thing as too much gymnastics, especially when it comes to Katelyn Ohashi‘s floor routines. It’s only been a few weeks since she went viral (again) at the UCLA season opener, and the Katelyn magic is not wearing off anytime soon.

At the Feb. 10 meet against Washington, Katelyn got the crowd energized with her music selection, choreography, and skill. She started off her routine with a difficult tumbling pass to Tina Turner’s “Proud Mary,” followed by Earth, Wind & Fire, The Jackson 5, Paula Abdul, and Janet Jackson, ending with Micheal Jackson’s signature moves.

Her tumbling passes were just as great as the song selection, and the meet announcer described her routine perfectly: “This is just entertainment at its best.” Watch Katelyn crush another amazing routine in the video above.

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