Kaley Cuoco mortified as she’s forced to give live TV interview in pyjamas and no makeup from her car – The SunMay 20, 2020
THE Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco resorted to conducting an interview in a bath robe after a series of internet mishaps.
The popular actress, who has busied herself with upcoming drama The Flight Attendant since the beloved sitcom ended, was due to appear on The Today Show when disaster struck.
In an unfortunate turn of events, the blonde was forced to answer questions from her car in nothing by her pyjamas.
While a typical studio appearance would involve a full hair and makeup routine, Kely rocked a bare face with her hair scooped back into a messy ponytail.
Reliving the nightmare encounter, Kaley took to Instagram with a video for her 6million followers.
“So, I had to have a FaceTime check at 5.50am my time, so I woke up at five,” she explained.
“I was going to wash my hair, and I had a cute little top I was going to wear. When I went to turn my TV on, everything was down, all my internet – I looked at my phone and was like, ‘why do I have only two emails?’ Everything was down.”
Okay, so not the best of starts, but alas things quickly got even worse.
The 34-year-old continued: “I frantically turned the TV on and my phone – but my whole house was down. I start panicking, I was about to start washing my face when I realised this was going on, I texted the Today Show producer. And now time is ticking and I realised I had not put on any makeup or got dressed.”
Kaley ended up huddled inside her Range Rover as it was the only place she could pick up decent signal.
She added: “So, I got in my car on the driveway and I had my iPad in there – for some reason it worked in my car. This was five minutes until my interview so this is how I did my interview. Sponsored by Range Rover.
Kaley concluded with a chuckle: “Luckily I knew I loved the team of the Today Show, so the minute they saw me they were laughing. I was like, ‘Guys, you don’t even want to know what has gone down.’”
Kaley appeared on the show to promote her new fundraising project for the Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) charity, where a fan can win a virtual meet and greet with a bunch of famous faces.
EB is a rare, genetic disorder which causes a child’s skin to becomes extremely fragile.
The Big Bang Theory is available to stream on Netflix now.
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