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LSU gymnast and New Orleans Saints quarterback were the subject of colorful floats during the parade Thursday night in New Orleans as season fully kicks into gear.

No celebrity or public official is off limits when it comes to the Chaos parade. On Thursday night, the krewe put on rolling displays poking fun at Carr, who just finished his first season with the Saints, and an international celebrity as a social media maven.

The float made fun of Dunne by showing her holding money bags atop the platform that rolled through Uptown New Orleans. Below the caricature of Dunne, there was a sign that said, "LIVVY DUNNE IT."

Dunne shared an image of the float to her Snapchat account, saying, "this is actually insane."

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A caricature of LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne is featured on a float during the Knights of Chaos Mardi Gras parade on Feb. 8, 2024, in New Orleans.

A year ago, it was estimated that Dunne makes approximately聽$31,900 and $43,200 for . Her is worth an estimated $3.5 million, according to On3, making her the third most valuable amateur athlete overall聽鈥 male or female.

The Carr float teased the veteran quarterback for the in the red zone for much of the 2023 season.

The former Las Vegas Raiders quarterback was portrayed as a zombie with one of his arms missing.

The sign on the float said, "2023 SEASON: RED ZONE ZOMBIE."

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New Orleans Saints quarterback Derek Carr is featured as a zombie on a float during the Knights of Chaos Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans on February 8, 2024. The sign on the float says, "2023 SEASON: RED ZONE ZOMBIE."

Carr and Dunne won't be the last celebrities to be teased by floats this Mardi Gras season, but the Knights of Chaos have set a high bar.

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