Nobody loves the Olympics more than Leslie Jones.
The “Saturday Night Live” comic — whose hilarious tweets during the 2016 Rio Olympics were a runaway hit — is back at it just in time for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
Jones, 50, has kept up the constant coverage and sidesplitting commentary since the games kicked off Friday, giving her take on everything from figure skating to snowboarding.
She got particularly pumped when French skater Maé-Bérénice Méité performed her routine to songs by Beyoncé — even though Jones previously said ice skating scared her because “it’s knives on your feet.”
Jones has also offered plenty of fashion advice — including some harsh words for Italian figure skater Matteo Rizzo and Israeli pair skater Evgeni Krasnopolski.
“I can’t stand his shirt!” Jones said of the latter, describing his look as “a greeter at Walmart.”
The comedian also appeared to be incredulous over luge — and made her crush on American luger Chris Mazdzer no secret.
“He is fine as hell, I know that much. That’s for damn sure, Chris. Why don’t you luge on over here to my place?” she joked.
“This would be me if I had a kid that was in the Olympics,” she said of Mazdzer’s parents’ cheering on their son. “I would be just like that, especially if my son was that fine. Hey, mama, I know you like Leslie Jones. Hook me up with your son!”
Jones’ passion for Team USA and unbridled love for the Olympics earned her a ticket to Rio in 2016, where she covered swimming, track and field, gymnastics and beach volleyball for NBC.
The network said she would also appear in Pyeongchang as a contributor.
See below for more Olympics tweets from Jones.