Cassidy Morris Interviews Jacinda Ardern

Published: Sat 18 Nov 2017 01:25 PM
Cassidy Morris Interviews New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in Her First Presenting Role As
Bravo Local Host
Less than 24 hours after being named Bravo’s first Local Host, Cassidy Morris hit the ground running with her first presenting role, interviewing all the stars on the red carpet at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards including recently elected Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern.
Stopping to chat to Cassidy and congratulate her on her new role at Bravo, Prime Minister Ardern spoke about her support for the New Zealand arts as the two bonded over starting their brand new roles.
“I certainly wasn’t expecting to interview the Prime Minister on my first day on the job but that’s Bravo for you – you never know what to expect!” Morris said.
Morris was named as Bravo’s first-ever local host on Wednesday night and will become the new face of the brand, both on-air and across Bravo’s social and digital platforms.
To check out Cassidys interview with Jacinda Ardern please click HERE and to see a wrap up her time at the VNZMA's click HERE.
To download a high res image of Cassidy please click HERE and for a PDF of this release please click HERE.

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