Peng-Peng Lee


Peng-Peng Lee is best recognized for her gymnastic roots, Peng made her gymnastics debut in 2004 at the age of eleven, competing in Elite Canada. Her gymnastics career quickly took off at a junior level, receiving multiple accolades that quickly followed her at the senior level. In 2012, Peng's career continued to take off as she qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London but unfortunately had to pull out due to an ACL injury. Not letting injury put her down, she went on to join the Olympic team as acting captain. Peng quickly turned to compete at the collegiate level in 2017, dedicating six years as a UCLA Bruins gymnast. Her dedication to the sport honored her in 2018 when she was awarded the prestigious Honda Sports Award, NCAA Balance Beam Champion, and later named Co-Pac-12 Conference Woman of the Year, Gymnastics Scholar-Athlete of the Year, and Balance Beam Champion, amongst a few other titles.  Now in the wake of retirement, she is refusing to slow down and showcasing a different side of herself the world has yet to see.

Transitioning off the beam, Peng has made her way into the world of content creation, gaining mass recognition amongst followers and quickly capturing the attention of highly recognized brands such as Third Love, Conair, FabFitFun, and Casetify to name a few. Her passion for the art and skills to carefully curate content has provided for successful campaigns, including her partnership with Chevrolet which was later hand-selected to be entered into Cannes, and her recent partnership with Alicia Keys’ Keys Soulcare that got love and a duet from the founder herself. Additional campaigns Peng has taken part in include Super Coffee, Suave x Target, Sodastream, Airheads, Romwe, and Levis.

Outside of content creation, Peng has kept busy, hosting events such as the USA Gymnastics National Championships and USA Olympic Trials.  She has also made her way on-screen, appearing on Twitch and Amazon Prime’s Ultimate Crown Fire & Ice Edition competition, which she went on to win and can most recently be heard on Nickelodeon series WARPED as Princess DerpyDerp. 

Next, Peng is taking time in retirement to pursue her childhood dream. After dabbling in learning instruments such as guitar, piano, and violin at a young age, Peng knew there was a part of her that always belonged in the music world - Teasing her skills to fans over her booming platforms is just the start. Fans can expect music from Peng the in 2024.