Michelle Pfeiffer shares make-up free post as she celebrates reaching three million Instagram followers
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Hollywood icon Michelle Pfeiffer has posted a makeup free selfie after thanking her fans for getting her to three million followers on Instagram.
It's not like she wasn't already one of the world's most famous and recognisable actors, but it's not every day you hit a milestone of three million people following each and every picture you post.
It's a cause for celebration (presumably, I'm nowhere near) and Pfeiffer took the chance to pay tribute to her fans.
Sharing a selfie of her reclining on a couch and smiling where she appeared to be without makeup, Pfeiffer wrote: "3M followers. Thank you all for hanging out with me here!!"
She's the latest celebrity who appears to have hopped on the makeup-less trend, following in the footsteps of other celebrity icons like Pamela Anderson in ditching the makeup from time to time and letting her natural beauty shine through.
Plenty of fans loved the look with loads commenting to say she was their 'favourite actress' and they thought she was 'such a beauty'.
One said they 'love when celebs do true makeup free selfies', while another called her an 'inspiration'. A third said she was 'beautiful without a drop of makeup'.
A plethora of others shared pictures and GIFs of Pfeiffer in some of her most iconic roles on the big screen, with the most popular one appearing to be Catwoman in Batman Returns.
A truly dedicated fan commented that they 'would literally watch Grease II 2-3 times a day' - and if that's not fanatical devotion then I don't know what is.
Someone else told Pfeiffer she was 'like a rainbow after a stormy day', which is an expression we've never heard before but sounds like a very nice thing to be called.
Pfeiffer was most recently in Marvel movie Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, and the TV series The First Lady.
Elsewhere in her activity on Instagram, Pfeiffer has been showing her support for the current strikes going in in the entertainment world.
Writers and actors are striking to demand better pay and conditions from the big studios and Pfieffer has shared a post saying she stands 'in solidarity with my Union and actors'.
While there are still some actors working, they've been called out on occasion by some of their colleagues.