Ronda Rousey, a 2008 Olympic judo bronze medalist, became the first female Olympian to host “Saturday Night Live” in 22 years last night.
“I’m so excited to be here, because it’s the first time I’ll be live on television without getting punched in the face,” she said in her monologue, ending the stand-up by doing a bit of singing with Selena Gomez.
Watch more of Rousey’s clips from the show here.
The last Olympian to host SNL was Charles Barkley in 2012. The last female Olympian to host was Nancy Kerrigan in 1994.