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.
In a statement, NBC president of Olympics production and programming, Jim Bell said that Leslie was a flawless fit for providing coverage of the Winter Games for the network. Her passion for Team USA is contagious, and her adventures in South Korea should be fascinating, ' Bell said.
Jones will be traveling to PyeongChang, South Korea, for its televised and online coverage of the XXIII Olympic Winter Games, reprising a role she first took on during 2016's Rio Olympic Games.
"Yep I love the Olympics it's the only time all countries come together to compete!"
Jones posted a video on Twitter of her dressed in red, white and blue gear while working out on an exercise machine with the caption, 'Guess What Time It is Y'all!
NBC's Olympics production and programming president Jim Bellnoticed her enthusiasm, flew her to Brazil, and brought her on as an Olympics contributor for the last few days of the games. "You're officially invited to Rio".
The 50-year-old comedian has already begun tweeting on the PyeongChang Olympics with a shot of herself "training" in full Team USA garb captioned, "SLAY ALL DAY!" "And guess where I'm going!"