CNN  — 

Earlier this year Katelyn Ohashi shot to fame when a video of her perfect 10 floor routine for UCLA gymnastics went viral, amassing over 118 million views online.

The Seattle native is regularly stopped in the street by people wanting pictures, but the “perfect 10 girl’s” sudden fame has had it downsides.

While the positivity and energy that shone through in her performance as she danced to Beyoncé and Tina Turner resulted in glowing praise from all over the world, Ohashi was also subjected to a number of body shaming comments on social media.

“I feel like, a lot of times, I’ve felt alone when I was going through all this stuff,” Ohashi told CNN Sport’s Patrick Snell.

“Social media portrays one side of a person that they don’t mind you seeing, but the other parts are hidden and n