Kaley Cuoco is a busy girl these days: she just hosted the People’s Choice Awards last week, to decent reviews; and she’s about to get a little more serious in her upcoming Lifetime movie, Drew Peterson: Untouchable. She recently spoke with Parade about the difficulties of being a child actor, life on The Big Bang Theory set, and her impressive shoe collection.
On the love between the cast members of The Big Bang Theory: Before every taping, we do a little huddle and say, “I love you,” and give each other a giant squeeze. We’ve done it since day one. If someone’s in a bad mood, once we do that, we’re back on track.
On the love between a a girl and her shoes: When I moved in [to my new house], I said, “I don’t care how this makes me look or sound, I am converting one of these bedrooms into a shoe closet.” It’s become more of a dressing room, but one wall is shoes in their perfect cubbies…I have a sparkly pair I bought last year that are baby pink and have a crystal heel. I want to get married in them. They sit on a table and no one’s allowed to touch them.
On not really loving being a young actor: I wouldn’t say I was bullied, but I was definitely a bit of an outcast. It was more the kids thinking I thought I was cool. I started homeschooling in fifth grade and I was much happier.
Read Cuoco’s whole interview here.
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