The winner of Brazil's best butt pageant did not leave her political opinions behind.
Luislinda Valois is facing backlash after making comments that she's feeling like a "slave" for earning only $10,000 a month— in a country whose average salary hovers around $635.
News that the president himself may have been party to a cover-up has shaken the nation.
Brazil had been mired in scandal around its third-largest export, after a litany of meat importers banned Brazilian meat after an inspection controversy.
'I will only really believe it when we see the coffins and the families,' one mourner says.
As many as 200 more politicians could be implicated in a sprawling bribery probe.
The Senate is due to vote Tuesday whether to oust her as president.
Temer, 75, told Brazilians to have "confidence" they would overcome an ongoing crisis.
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court turned down her appeal to halt impeachment proceedings.
The three men who could succeed her face corruption charges of their own.