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When Mayim Bialik isn’t leading a competitive game of Jeopardy!, The Big Bang Theory actress is encouraging an open dialogue about mental health on her podcast Mayim Bialik’s Breakdown. But even Mayim, a professional with years of experience juggling an array of projects, can get things mixed up every now and then.
Case in point when the Jeopardy! cohost hopped on Instagram Live in late May and couldn’t remember if she was using her personal Instagram or the podcast’s official Instagram account. In a 30-second clip, fans of the Call Me Kat star watched as she doubted herself and seemingly figured out the right course of action. In the midst of it, she apologized to viewers.
“Hi everybody, was I supposed to do this from this account?” Mayim said in the snippet. ”I don’t know. Hmm I don’t remember. Hi everyone, I’m live but I think I’m going to go over to the [Mayim] Bialik’s Breakup Instagram, so if you’re not following us … You should go there now ‘cause I think I was supposed to do this from that account. Sorry!”
Reacting to Mayim’s minor but hilarious mistake, fans took to her Instagram comments to chuckle about the incident. “Ooopsie! 😂😂😂,” one person wrote. “Think someone has too many irons in the fire??” another added. “Thank you! Didn't notice I didn't follow you on Bialik’s Breakdown... 😂😂😂,” a different fan said.
If you’re wondering whether or not Mayim solved her mix-up, she did and offered another apology for the back-and-forth. “OK, now I did it!” she said in a different Instagram video. “Hi again, thank you everyone for following me. Sorry, I got a little bit confused.”
So, what drew the TV personality to get on Instagram Live in the first place? In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month in May, Mayim’s podcast hosted a giveaway of educational books penned by guests who have appeared in episodes. During the Instagram Live, the Blossom alum also revealed that she would be personalizing the books for the 22 announced winners. A good reason, if you ask us!
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