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President Trump honored the NCAA champion LSU Tigers football team at the White House on Friday — but it was a mysterious blonde woman appearing in the team’s “Get the Gat” dance video prior to the event who caused a stir on social media.

The TikTok video was the latest posted by the Tigers as part of the “Get the Gat Challenge,” in which fans of singer Lil Elt’s song share images of themselves dancing to the tune. The Tigers posted at least one previous version, filmed in their locker room on a game day, with the team in their uniforms.

The article goes on to state the following:

On Friday the players danced in suits and ties — joined by the woman, whose daughter later identified her on Twitter as her mother, Gemi Bordelon, wife of former LSU Tiger offensive tackle Ben Bordelon, who went on to play for the NFL’s San Diego (now Los Angeles) Chargers in 1997, Heavy and WBRZ-TV in Baton Rouge reported.

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