Taylor Swift has taken to Twitter to congratulate the USA gymnastics team, known on the social media site as the #FinalFive, for winning Olympic gold in Rio.
“Sending my biggest congratulations to Simone, Aly, Laurie, Gabby and Madison! YOU DID IT GIRLS!!” the singer tweeted.
Sending my biggest congratulations to Simone, Aly, Laurie, Gabby and Madison! YOU DID IT GIRLS!! #FinalFive
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) August 10, 2016
The #FinalFive consists of Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, Gabby Douglas, Laurie Hernandez and Madison Kocian scored their second consecutive gold medal this past Tuesday (Aug. 9).
But Swift isn’t the only woman in the music industry encouraging the #FinalFive. Girl group Fifth Harmony recently released a music video via Twitter entitled “That’s My Girl” intended to cheer the gymnasts on in Rio.
The minute long clip showcased each member of the girl group posed against a backdrop that was interspersed with live shots of the Olympic team. The Olympics Twitter account then posted the video to it’s page and wrote, “Flipping out over this @FifthHarmony and @USAGym music video.”
“That’s My Girl” combined with the images that flashed across the screen was nothing but pure girl power, and even included the reigning champion Douglas, showcasing shots of her training for both Rio and past competitions.
The Olympics gymnastics team has used the song in the past, and it was taken from the girl group’s most recent album, 7/27. The song has also served as a backdrop for a training video of the entire team.
Flipping out over this @FifthHarmony and @USAGym music video!#Rio2016 preview: https://t.co/Zd2IXU4qKA https://t.co/JMF9aDeYuO — NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) August 3, 2016