Mayim Bialik Backs Susan Sarandon by Flashing Her Breasts on TV
The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik stood up for fellow actress Susan Sarandon by flashing her breasts at Piers Morgan following the pair’s recent row over cleavage.
The British newsman became embroiled in an online spat with the Thelma & Louise star after he criticized her for wearing a revealing outfit to present a tribute to late stars at the recent Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards in Los Angeles.
He mentioned the feud during an appearance on The Late Late Show this week, admitting women had started sending him pictures of their cleavage to show their support for Sarandon.
“A very strange thing happened. The feminists of the world decided to punish me by tweeting me thousands of pictures of their own cleavages,” Morgan declared.
Fellow guest Bialik then waded into the discussion, telling Piers, “You know what, I identify as a feminist. I’m going to do it this way…” before opening her shirt and baring her breasts to Morgan as he roared with laughter.
Morgan then exclaimed, “Can I just say, I feel duly punished!”
He previously branded Sarandon “tacky” for wearing a white suit with just a black bra underneath to present the somber segment at the SAG Awards on January 30, writing in a post on Twitter:
Would Susan Sarandon wear this to a funeral? No.
It was thus horribly inappropriate for an In Memoriam tribute. pic.twitter.com/hMoGChJY8D
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 3, 2016
A number of female followers then started sending pictures of their own cleavage to Sarandon to show their support for her, and the actress retweeted more than 60 of the shots on her own Twitter page.
After he started to receive a slew of cleavage shots from Sarandon supporters, Morgan returned to Twitter to add, “Feminists now sending me photos of their cleavage to ‘punish’ me for criticizing @SusanSarandon. Curious notion of punishment… I’m under cleavage attack… Seems to be some massive misunderstanding that I am anti-cleavage. I’m only anti-cleavage during In Memoriam tributes to dead people…”