Simone Biles is certainly a showstopper – and it’s clear that the laws of physics do not apply to her skills outside of this world.
The four-time gold medalist is returning to the mat for the Olympics in Tokyo, and international competitors need to fit better after watching this eye-catching new NBC promo, like E! News can only reveal for the very first time.
“When you’re Simone Biles, certain laws just don’t apply – like gravity,” one commenter says as Biles makes a series of flips. The final screen aptly reads “the greatest of all time”
Biles’ superstar talent has captured worldwide attention ever since her first appearance on the Olympic stage in 2016. Since her skyrocket to fame, Biles has used her platform to speak for addiction survivors, body positivity and “badass” confidence. Oh, and did we mention she calls A-listers Kim Kardashian and Zac efron friends? She even shared a smooch with High School Musical star!
Status check 2021 Summer Olympics
Biles will compete for her second Olympics in an unprecedented year. The 2021 Olympics mark the first global unifying event since the world was hit by the coronavirus pandemic in 2019. Athletes around the world have continued to train, even after the Tokyo Games were pushed to 2021 after 2020’s global quarantine.
The former Dance with the stars Competitor Biles detailed her intense “down and dirty” training plan ahead of the Summer Olympics and explained why she felt compelled to compete again. “I would definitely say it does not matter where you start, it is where you go and how you recover from these falls,” Biles said. Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon during April 22nd episode. “Just dream big, and dream bigger after that, because you never know where your dream will lead you.”
We can definitely say Biles’ dreams – and career in history – are just getting started!
Check out the jaw-dropping commercial for the Tokyo Olympics, and join us in counting down the days until Tokyo’s opening ceremonies for the Summer Olympics start on Friday 23rd. July on NBC!
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The opening ceremony in Tokyo in 2021 will be broadcast on Friday 23. July on NBC.