No one is immune to the charms of the Final Five's youngest member

By Tiare Dunlap
August 12, 2016 03:45 PM
Ian Terry/The Herald via AP

No one is immune to the charms of the Final Five.

Just ask Laurie Hernandez‘s unlikely fan club – a group of preteen boys at soccer camp.

On Friday, soccer coach Josh Aultice posted a video of a group of young soccer players celebrating the 16-year-old’s gold medal-winning team performance with a declaration of love, a few cups of cold water and a “Laurie!” chant.

” @lzhernandez02 you have a fan group at soccer camp,” he wrote along with the video.

Hernandez responded by calling the video ” the CUTEST thing!”

The youngest member of the U.S. women’s gymnastics team quickly became a fan favorite for her jaw-dropping skills on the balance beam, expressive face (she’s been dubbed the human emoji) and her proud representation of her Latina roots.

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Hernandez may have just won her first gold medal on Tuesday, but she’s been a killing it on social media for some time.

From this hysterical vine:

to her killer throwback:

to her ability to ask life’s biggest questions:

to her on-point selfie game:

No wonder Hernandez is winning pre-teen hearts left and right.