April 15, 2020
Simone Biles looked stunning sporting a casual look, while dressed in a tube top and cut-out jeans. The trendy attire showed off her athletic figure.
Over the years, Simone Biles has received a lot of praise for her custom leotards when she hit the competition floor.
Outside of the gymnasium, she manages to turn just as many heads with her trendy outfit choices. Recently, she looked gorgeous while posing in a casual ensemble.
Showing off her perfectly toned figure, she opted for a 1990's inspired yellow tube top, cut-out jeans, and white sneakers.
Simone's fans showered her with many compliments, calling the look "beautiful" and "gorgeous." One fan had no words to express but appeared star stuck with the photo.
Since the postponement of the 2020 Olympics games in Tokyo Japan, Simone has continued totrain while quarantined
in her home.
She showed her strength while powering through an intense routine when she shared a video of herself looking focused while doing a handstand on a metal bar.
The gold medalist also used her impressive skill to have some fun when she took part in the handstand challenge on Instagram.
While balancing on her hands, Simone's friends cheered her on as she proceeded to remove her sweatpants with her toes, and completed the task in under one minute.
It is reported, the handstand challenge drew people's attention after "Spiderman" star, Tom Holland shared a video of himself putting a t-shirt as she balanced on his hands.
He posed the challenge to Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal. Ryan gave him a hard no in response, but Jake took up the challenge and completed it successfully.
Simone had been spending a lot of time on her own and didn't appear to be quarantined with her boyfriend, Stacey Ervin Jr.
According to Madame Noire, there is speculation that the couple has split because she is no longer following him on Instagram, and the last photo she shared of Stacey on social media was in on January 12, 2020. She also shared a cryptic tweet in February, saying, "it's real when it hurt."