It wasn't all fun and games at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Although the Final Five became a fan favorite team during the Olympic games, member Gabby Douglas experienced something different than praise. While people couldn't get enough of Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, Madison Kocian and Laurie Hernandez, Douglas started to become a victim of online bullying. After singing the national anthem without her hand on her heart and appearing to scowl from the stands while her teammates competed, viewers dubbed the gold medal winner "Crabby Gabby."
Douglas' mom defended her daughter in an interview, and even Douglas spoke out against the cruel haters. But it was Team USA who helped her get through it from day to day. "'We all just tried to cheer her up, and I tried to tell her you can't be on the Internet and Google yourself," Raisman told E! News while discussing her partnership with Bridgestone. "I'm sure any persona that's ever done an interview, if you Google yourself you obviously see negative things about yourself, but we tried to tell her to stay positive and be there for her."