MAYIM Bialik shared a new video showing her bare face in full.
The danger! The presenter posted a recording of an Instagram Live on her feed.
She started the video and said, “It’s me, as always I look like it’s my first time doing an Instagram Live.”
Mayim, 47, wore no makeup apart from a little eyeliner and her short hair fell in her face.
Her skin looked flawless with no makeup, processing, or filters.
The live was to promote Women’s Equality Day, which will be held on August 29th.
It is a day that commemorates the passage of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote in 1920.
Mayim went on to say that due to “institutionalized racism” not all women will be there, but it is an important day to be honoured.
She captioned the post, “Talking about #neurodivergent biblical interpretation in honor of Women’s Equality Day with @wearemaharat Rabbanit @liz.shayne.”
“Such a funny woman who knows how to use the word ‘pedagogy’ in a sentence (I don’t know lol!). Learn more at yeshivatmaharat.org.”
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Mayim’s fans on Instagram showed her a lot of love in the comments on the video, especially for not editing her face.
One said: “One of the reasons I love your account so much is your natural look. Never apologize to us for being you, for being real.”
Someone else said, “Your complexion looks amazing!”
A third said: “You look even cuter without makeup. It is a special woman with natural beauty.”
Another said: “Damn! You keep looking younger.”
NOT THE FAN FAVORITE
A poll was conducted to find out if Jeopardy! The host is really enormously favored over the other.
Many social media comments surrounding this year’s game show pitted the hosts against each other.
On several occasions, Mayim has been criticized for her hosting skills while Ken Jennings, 49, has been praised.
However, Newsweek conducted a survey this month, asking a sample of 1,500 Americans if they had a preferred host.
The poll asked respondents, “Which of the following would you most like to host as Jeopardy! see?”
According to the outlet, 35 percent voted for Ken while 30 percent voted for Mayim.
Aside from those fairly even margins, 21 percent of respondents said they “didn’t know,” and 14 percent went a step further and said they “don’t care.”
The poll results may indicate that while Mayim trolling appears to be widespread across the internet, it may not reflect the average viewer or opinion.