SNL's Leslie Jones returning to Olympics as super fan

'SNL's Leslie Jones Headed to PyeongChang For Olympics Role

Leslie Jones Contributing to NBC's Winter Olympics Coverage

"Saturday Night Live" star and Olympics super fan Leslie Jones will be joining NBC in its coverage of the upcoming Winter Olympics in South Korea. Much like she did in Rio, she'll attend multiple events and meet and greets with athletes, and obviously, provide plenty of hilarious, boisterous commentary along the way.

"Experiencing the Olympics through the lens of Leslie is unlike anything else", said Jim Bell, President, NBC Olympics Production and Programming. Watch Jones's excited announcement below for a taste of her PyeongChang coverage to come.

Jones' last traveled to Rio, Brazil to cover the 2016 Summer Olympics - and thus her signature (Beyonce-truncated) SLAY ALL DAY catchphrase was born.

The 50-year-old comedian also posted a video of herself dressed in the American flag's design, while holding an American flag and wearing plastic gold medals.

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Bell noticed the comedian's enthusiasm on Twitter and extended an invite for her to join the network's team in Rio. "I would have the whole Olympics pumped!"

Jones has already started her Olympics tweeting, and looks like she's getting her ski legs ready.

Jones confirmed the news on social media herself while donning patriotic Team USA gear from head to toe. "Guess what time it is y'all!" "I'm skiing. Ya'll know what the hell's going on, you know what I'm doing".

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