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Leslie Jones is Back Live Tweeting the Winter Olympics 2018

Saturday Night Live’s Leslie Jones is back live tweeting the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics 2018.

Jones is so ready for these games. She changed her twitter picture to a Rio gold medal and her snap chat has been filled with USA themed workouts and outfits.

Jones has become a fan favorite when it comes to commenting on the games ever since the 2016 summer games in Rio.

She has been glued to her TV since the first day of the games and her tweets are gold medal worthy! She gets excited over the outfits and the music in figure skating, she shares her confusion over curling and her love of Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir’s brutal commentaries.

Take a look at some of her best from the opening weekend. Just a warning, she likes to use strong language.

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Jones is just getting started.  There’s still more to come.

 

USA SLAY ALL DAY

 

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