Michelle Obama has taken on plenty of roles throughout her life, including one in NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” but now she’s got another role to look forward to. 

The former first lady is continuing her sitcom run by appearing in the eighth and final season of ABC’s hit show “Black-ish,” with the series’ social media pages sharing sneak peeks of her cameo. 

“We are honored to have trailblazer @michelleobama join us as an upcoming guest star,” the series wrote on Instagram.

Obama, of course, will be appearing as herself in the episode, a representative for “Black-ish” told CNN. And that’s nothing unusual for her. She did the same in the 2014 episode of “Parks” titled “Moving Up,” which wrapped up the series’ sixth season, when Amy Poehler’s Leslie Knope character is introduced to the then-first lady. 

“I’ve long been a fan of @BlackishABC’s wit and all-around brilliance, and it was such a thrill to join in for an episode,” Obama wrote on Twitter. “I can’t wait for you all to see it!”

As previously reported, the show’s eighth season will be its last, after creator Kenya Barris announced the news of its end on Instagram in May

“In this day and age it is rare to get to decide when your show should come to an end, and we are grateful along with ABC to be able to make this final season exactly what we’d hoped for,” Barris said.