It’s been a great year for Kaley Cuoco so far, thanks to a successful sinus surgery and a big win at the People’s Choice Awards.
The “Big Bang Theory” babe showed up at “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Monday (January 12) to chat about her PCA acceptance speech during which she forgot to thank her husband Ryan Sweeting for supporting her. “I’m the worst wife,” she declared, also mentioning that her ex-boyfriend/costar Johnny Galecki remembered to thank Sweeting by declaring, “You have my heart.”
She’s the February 2015 cover girl for Redbook and Kaley Cuoco stirred up some controversy with her comments on feminism in her interview. And now the “Big Bang Theory” babe has taken to her Instagram account to clear up any misconceptions about her position.
Kaley writes, "In my Redbook article, some people have taken offense to my comments regarding feminism. If any of you are In the 'biz' you are well aware of how words can be taken out of context."
There’s certainly a large contingent of Hollywood stars that are big fans of plastic surgery, but Kaley Cuoco insists her recent procedure was not cosmetic in nature. The “Big Bang Theory” babe, who has admitted to getting a boob job in the past, took to her Instagram account to let fans know she simply had surgery on her sinuses.
Kaley wrote, “For those haters out there who are gonna hate hate hate no matter what, let me inform you that I have not been able to breathe through my nose like a normal human being in years.”
She’s on top of her game personally and professionally and Kaley Cuoco is looking forward to all that the New Year holds for her and her family. The “Big Bang Theory” babe is featured on the front of the February 2015 issue of Redbook magazine and in her interview she discusses how it feels to have a 3-season contract worth $1 million per episode.
On signing a contract for another three years of Big Bang Theory at $1 million per episode and becoming one of television’s highest-paid actresses:
"All I think about is what it means for my family…and knowing there is security for all of us. My parents spent 16 years hauling my butt to LA for audition after audition. Every day they were helping me learn my lines, dropping me off, waiting for me, picking me up, giving me pep talks when I didn’t get the jobs, taking me to tennis and horseback riding lessons. I remember always hoping I could help take care of them because they took such good care of me. Knowing I’ll be able to just brings tears to my eyes.”