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Lloimincia Hall, a gymnast who led LSU into the NCAA Championships on Saturday, is gaining some much deserved attention after a Jan. 31 performance against Alabama went viral, reports

Hall scored the third perfect 10.0 of the season and the fifth of her career during the show-stopping performance below.

According to, she now has 24 career floor titles, ranking third in LSU history.

Hall’s fun performance—featuring Frankie Beverly and Maze and Earth, Wind & Fire—has set the web on fire.

It’s soulful, powerful, graceful, funky, fierce and unapologetically Black in a traditionally White sport.

Who could ask for anything more?

Watch Hall’s performance below:

Hall’s jaw-dropping, powerhouse routines have been thrilling fans LSU fans and opponents for over a year. Now it’s the rest of the world’s chance to catch up.

LSU will compete in Semifinal I at the NCAA Championships in Birmingham, Ala., on April 18. The top three teams will advance to the Super Six on April 19.

See social media reaction to Hall’s performance below:

Bonus performance! See Hall’s perfect 10.0 performance at Missouri below:

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