Gabby Douglas has signed on to judge the upcoming 2017 Miss America pageant, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
“Miss America has been such an amazing event for so many years and I am excited to have the opportunity to judge the competition this year,” Douglas, 20, said in a statement. “The contestants are a great example of strong women across America and I especially look forward to hearing the platforms that each of them will represent.”
The Olympian, fresh off her Rio win, will be joined by Sara Foster, Cole Swindle and former Miss America Sharlene Wells Hawkes at the judges’ table.
The competition is set for Sunday, Sept. 11, in Atlantic City, New Jersey.