Jordan Chiles got another chance in the spotlight to close out her big summer.

The incoming UCLA gymnastics freshman, who competed for Team USA at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, made an appearance on NBC's "America's Got Talent" on Wednesday night. Chiles was a special guest performer in the show's season finale alongside her Olympic teammate MyKayla Skinner, a cappella group Pentatonix, comedian George Lopez and singer Idina Menzel.

Chiles and Skinner performed with "America's Got Talent" finalist Aidan Bryant, an acrobat and aerialist, as well as World Taekwondo.

The pair came on stage midway through the act, running through a dual-floor routine while surrounded by taekwondoins. Chiles and Skinner were surrounded by a circle of performers who jumped through the air amid smoke and confetti, doing flips and handsprings at the center of it all.

The last time Chiles was on national TV, she helped the United States secure an Olympic silver medal in the team all-around. Chiles was only supposed to compete on floor and vault, but when Simone Biles withdrew early on, the Bruin had to step in and perform in all four disciplines.

Chiles scored a 14.666 on vault, 14.166 on bars, 13.433 on beam and 11.700 on floor. Team USA's gold medal streak was snapped, but Chiles helped stave off Great Britain and hold onto the second podium spot with her top-ranked teammate out.

A month after returning from Japan, Chiles made an appearance at New York Fashion Week. Chiles got some airtime on the runway during the Rookie USA Fashion Show on Sept. 9.

Before Chiles competes in Westwood, she'll be on the road showing off her skills alongside some fellow Olympians and former Bruins. Chiles is one of the headlining gymnasts for Simone Biles' Gold Over America Tour, a women's gymnastics showcase event with 35 different stops across the country.

Chiles will join Katelyn Ohashi and Nia Dennis on the tour, which starts Sept. 21 in Tucson, Arizona.

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