Jessie Graff, a stuntwoman on "Supergirl," just made "American Ninja Warrior" history.
On Wednesday night, the 32-year-old owned the challenging qualifying course like a total boss, all while wearing a Wonder Woman outfit. (Makes sense, because she is literally Wonder Woman.) She's the first woman to complete this new qualifying course in Los Angeles.
Graff kept a smile on her face for pretty much the entire course, which involved a swinging bar, rings and a terrifying I-beam cross, and didn't even seem to break a sweat. Once she made it up the 14-and-a-half foot Warped Wall, she celebrated with sheer excitement.
The stuntwoman, who's also worked on shows like "The Walking Dead" and "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," previously competed on Season 5 of "American Ninja Warrior," where was the first woman to qualify for the city finals.