By EEW Magazine News Staff
Olympic gold medalist, Gabby Douglas made her late night television debut on the "Tonight Show" with Jay Leno. The adorable teen talk about her win, how she celebrated, and her "first splurge" after earning the gold.
Host Jay Leno, who noted that Douglas' last name was an anagram for "USA gold," asked Monday if the gymnast intended to compete in the next Summer Games, in Rio de Janeiro, to which she replied, "Oh, definitely."
The 16-year-old looked beautiful, dressed in a gold metallic skirt and a fitted, black motorcycle jacket, with her hair slicked back in a chic ponytail.
Douglas, who became the third consecutive U.S. athlete and first African-American to win the all-around title. She and her teammates gave the U.S. its first Olympic title in women's gymnastics since 1996, told Leno what she indulged in after the Olympics were over.
She enjoyed a McDonald's Egg McMuffin--something that Mrs. Obama, a healthy eating habit, jokingly discouraged her from admitting.
Mrs. O, who stuck around for the olympian's segment, was clearly very proud of Gabby Douglas, as we all are.
Congratulations to Gabby. We look forward to even more greatness in 2016!