Kaley Cuoco Strips Down When Performing Grease With Big Bang Theory Cast

by Lewis Jefferies 2 years ago in tv

The Big Bang Theory Cast Perform 'Grease' For Alzheimer's Charity!

Kaley Cuoco Strips Down When Performing Grease With Big Bang Theory Cast

Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Melissa Rauch, Kunal Nayyar, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg and Mayim Bialik all hit the stage at the Beverly Hilton Hotel this week and put on a show for the 24th and final A Night at Sardi's event to benefit the Alzheimer's Association.

All seven members of the cast swiftly got into costume for the event and had a good sing song on stage. But without doubt Kaley Cuoco stole the show! Mainly because she practically wore nothing!

See what I mean?

See what I mean here? Not only does she look glamorous, she looks slightly nervous. As you can see she performed wearing a red crop top, fishnets and tiny black shorts. Cuoco who is 30 years old, re-enacted the "sexy song" from "A Chorus Line". Dressed in a red crop-top, fishnets and tiny black shorts, the 30-year-old actress reenacted the sexy song from A Chorus Line".

If she dressed like that in the show, it would definitely take another turn. More viewers perhaps. It would also cause a debate between Leonard and Sheldon without doubt. Leonard would be drawn to Penny with no hesitation. I'm sure he'd be in for a fun evening. On the other hand, Sheldon would stir a storm saying she is dressed too inappropriately. He'd be likely to issue Penny another strike. She'll be banished from his apartment if she doesn't change! She would probably be relieved!

"#alzheimersassociation #anightatsardis right before my performance of 'Dance 10 Looks 3' aka (t**s and a**) from A Chorus Line, nailed it!" - Kaley Cuoco on Instagram

Kelly on Instagram

Kaley has recently revealed her secret to a fit body and in her words she said "Yoga is the secret, yoga is the reason that I have been looking great. It has done everything, mentally and physically. I love it."

Catch Kaley in the latest Season of 'The Big Bang Theory'. You won't regret it!

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Lewis Jefferies

Film Industries and Creative Writing student at the University of Portsmouth.

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