Kaley Cuoco is gearing up for the end of Big Bang Theory (Picture: Rex)Kaley Cuoco is gearing up for the last few episodes of The Big Bang Theory, which is coming to the end at the end of the 12th season.
And the 33-year-old – who plays Penny in the series – gave fans a glimpse into the painful way she’s attempting to ‘relax’ before her final scenes, with cupping therapy.
We think we’ll sit this one out…
Taking to her Instagram story, she shared a snap of her back, covered in countless dark circle-shaped bruises.
Kaley Cuoco even shocked her dog with her cupping bruises (Picture: Instagram)Alongside the upload, she joked her dog was surprised by the marks.
‘When even your pup is shocked at the amount of cupping you had today,’ she captioned the shot.
The dog isn’t the only one, hun…
Kaley’s photo comes after she revealed she was actually a ‘terrible influence’ on her co-stars backstage, during Big Bang Theory filming.
And we’re not actually that surprised.
She shared a photo of herself, Melissa Rauch (Bernadette) and Mayim Bialik (Amy) on set, looking intently at the camera instead of a show writer.
‘Slowly but surely being a terrible influence on my co stars by teaching them to find the lens instead of listening to our writer who’s trying to give us notes on this scene,’ she joked to her 4.9million followers.
However, Kaley’s Instagram recently came under fire after she appeared to delete her supportive message to Empire actor Jussie Smollett.
She previously posted a photo of herself and the cast and crew of the comedy lending their support to the 36-year-old, after he was attacked last month.
But, after he was arrested and accused of orchestrating the attack himself – something he has denied – the picture was removed from Kaley’s social media profile.
And fans rushed to speculate over why it had been taken down so quickly.
‘Are you still standing with Jussie???? You guys where so quick to show support for him (sic),’ one commented beneath a recent post.
‘I guess you guys aren’t “standing” Jussie anymore,’ a follower wrote.
While an Instagram user added: ‘Good to see you guys took down that ridiculous “We stand with #jussiesmollett” post. Now I can get back on the Big Bang bandwagon.’
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