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Kaley engaged to Ryan Sweeting !

BIG NEWS !!! Kaley is engaged to her boyfriend of three months Ryan Sweeting, Us Weekly reports. “It’s only been three months but she knows Ryan is the one,” a source close to the 27-year-old Big Bang Theory actress told the magazine. “When you know, you know.” Ryan reportedly proposed on Wednesday (September 25). Congratulation to Kaley and Ryan !
Also,new pictures of Kaley arriving on a set of a filming production marked GEMS with her engagement ring (thanks to my friend Céline for this pictures).

Kaley arrives on a set of a filming production marked GEMS with her engagement ringSeptember 25th
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2013 Critics’ Choice Awards Backstage: Kaley On Her Win – ‘I Was Shocked !’

Kaley Cuoco chats with AccessHollywood.com’s Laura Saltman about winning Best Supporting Actress for her role on CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory.” What does winning the award mean to her? Plus, what’s happening next on the show? And, what is she doing during the show’s hiatus ?

Kaley on Jimmy Kimmel Live

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Yesterday (April 25th), Kaley appeared on Jimmy Kimmel live on ABC.
Kaley explained a new hairdo that was called “horrific,” telling Jimmy Kimmel that it was actually an attempt to cover up a welt from where co-star Johnny Galecki punched her. Check out the video below !
I have added 333 HQ screencaptures to our gallery.

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‘Big Bang’ cast celebrates success at PaleyFest

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The cast and crew of The Big Bang Theory took part in a panel at the 2013 PaleyFest on Wednesday night. The Big Bang Theory is currently celebrating its sixth season on CBS.

When the cast of “The Big Bang Theory” first appeared at PaleyFest in 2009, their sitcom wasn’t even among the top-40 rated shows in the United States.

Last week’s first-run “Big Bang” episode topped the list in viewers most coveted by advertisers, those ages 18-49; and it was the second most-watched show overall (behind “NCIS”) with more than 20 million viewers.

What made “Bang” so much bigger? Credit syndication. Reruns of the show have been almost impossible to avoid since local stations and cable network TBS debuted them in September 2011 — introducing the series and hooking millions of viewers who didn’t catch episodes the first times around on CBS.

You’re kind of forced to watch the show now,” joked actor Simon Helberg, one of the show’s stars, Wednesday night on the PaleyFest arrivals line. “We’re shoving it down people’s throats, and then they’re learning that they love that.”

From co-creators Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady (“Dharma & Greg”), “The Big Bang Theory” spins around two roommates, physicists Leonard Hofstadter (played by Johnny Galecki) and Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parson), as well as their friends and colleagues, engineer Howard Wolowitz (Simon Helberg) and astrophysicist Raj Koothrappali (Kunal Nayyar).

Parsons may play a genius, but he’s having a tough time getting his head around the show’s current success.

There’s something impossible to fathom about viewers and numbers and things like that,” Parsons explained. “I can barely picture 20 people in one room. If you want to say 17 or 18 million, well you’ve lost me.

The “Big Bang” cast and crew were careful to withhold any major upcoming plot developments, except for one — to be revealed in the first-run episode airing Thursday night: the discovery of a letter from Howard’s long-lost father. “They (Howard and his scientist wife Bernadette) find the letter,” revealed actress Melissa Rauch, who plays Bernadette. “Or someone finds the letter,” Rauch added, coyly.

No other cast members or co-creator Lorre would go near discussions of the characters’ futures. But Helberg did agree to dream up a season-20 endgame for the “Big Bang” bunch.

Well I think (Howard’s) pants will probably be as skinny and probably a bit tighter,” Helberg began. “I think that Sheldon will probably still be sitting in his spot. It may be in a different apartment. I think he’ll sit in that spot until he’s in a home. Howard and Bernadette probably will … God, God help them if they have children. We know she hates them and we know that Howard, essentially, is a child. So I wish them luck.

PaleyFest, an annual open-to-the-public series of TV-series cast and crew panel discussions, runs through Friday at the Saban Theatre in Los Angeles.

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The ‘Big Bang’ boom propels hit sitcom

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The hit CBS comedy (tonight, 8 ET/PT) has strapped rocket boosters onto its ratings in its sixth season, up substantially in viewers and especially among the young adults advertisers prize. It’s hitting highs at a time of life when the typical show is arcing toward earth and cancellation.

Big Bang is also the No. 1 show in syndication, and the two occurrences are not unrelated. Heavy local repeat broadcasts are combined with plentiful rerun offerings on cable’s TBS (on Tuesdays, for example, between cable and many local stations, viewers can watch seven repeats over a four-hour period). Those repeats, which both began in 2011, are pulling in new viewers, who discover they like Bang and head to CBS for new episodes.

“You kind of have to handcuff yourself to a pole in the street to not ever see our show at this point, because it’s on every second,” says Simon Helberg, who plays engineer and newlywed Howard Wolowitz.

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