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Kelly Matos: who is the journalist who went viral reacting to Eduardo Leite’s speeches

Kelly’s expressions of disapproval towards the RS governor did not go unnoticed; watch

The journalist Gaucho Kelly Matos went viral on the night of Tuesday 21st, interviewing the governor of Rio Grande do Sul, Eduardo Leite (PSDB), in Roda Viva, from TV Cultura. During the broadcast he made several “faces” of disapproval towards the politician and internet users did not let it go unnoticed.

OR Roda Vivawhich is usually carried out in the studios of Culture in São Paulo he went to Rio Grande do Sul to meet the governor of the state. At the interview desk, Kelly Matos she was seen breathing deeply, blinking slowly and even holding her hair contemptuously in some of her speeches. Milk.

One of the most shared moments on X, the old man Twitter, is when he asks about the situation at Porto Alegre airport. “How come no one has ever seen or thought about it [o aeroporto] Could it be in a floodable area? Not only you, but also federal representatives and mayors are elected to think about things that the population cannot do in their daily lives. That’s why public authorities exist,” she asks.

At that moment, as Leite responds, Kelly’s reaction is to take a deep breath and look at him with displeasure.

“His face is the face of someone who knows Brazil and yes, Eduardo Leite has been omitted,” wrote a user identified as Carlos Henrique on X. “Shall we tell the truth? Kelly stole the show in this edition of Roda Viva “, analyzed Claudinei. “You’re just tearing your hair out!” Kermit said, referring to one of Kelly’s reactions. “Her face [Leite] seeing his reactions,” Aleson commented.

Who is Kelly Matos?

Gaúcha, Kelly Matos graduated with a degree in Journalism from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUC-RS) in 2008. In addition to her degree, she has an MBA in Diversity and Development of Inclusive Practices from La Salle University

According to her Linkedin profile, she currently hosts the TimeLine program and is the host of the Gaúcha Mais program. Additionally, she also runs the podcast Take it easy, Kelly. Throughout her career she has also been a Brasilia correspondent, producing content for Rádio Gaúcha and the newspaper Zero Hora. At the same time you also worked as a reporter for the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo.

Mother of a boy, Gabriel, her maternity leave was reported in the Rio Grande do Sul press. Before leaving the programs she presented, she was welcomed and received affection from her collaborators.

“It was chaotic, but I received so much love from colleagues, from interviewees. I met so many loved ones, I received flowers, chocolates, diapers,” said Kelly, speaking to GZH. “The mother’s heart in the final stretch is a mix of feelings. It’s difficult, because the emotion is very raw, we are anxious to know the arrival, we don’t know when it will be, we don’t know the exact day, no, you don’t know not even the week, so it could be now, but it could be a month from now,” he added at the time.

On social media he tends to mix newsletters with leisure moments from his personal life. On Instagram alone he has more than 137 thousand followers. From the beginning of the tragedy in RS follows the floods on his profile.

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Source: Terra

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