Kaley Cuoco shared starstruck moments with Sarah Paulson, the American Horror Story actor, and Booksmart’s Beanie Feldstein when she ran into other co-stars while out on a shopping trip.
After bumping into two fellow co-stars, The Big Bang Theory actress uploaded a selfie photo on her Instagram captioning it, “When you’re out and about and randomly run into your 2 fav actors and have a 3 way fan girl session for 20 mins.”
Sarah Paulson and Beanie Feldstein also posted the same photo to their respective accounts, along with lovely captions.
“Literally obsessed with you @kaleycuoco (you should win 5,000 emmys for @flightattendantonmax),” Sarah Paulson wrote. Kaley reposted Sarah’s Instagram Story and captioned it with a “too busy crying” sticker.
Kaley Cuoco’s Latest Achievement
Cuoco recently also uploaded a video of her showing her excitement for her latest biggest achievement. For her role Cassandra Bowden in her thriller-comedy show The Flight Attendant, Cuoco is nominated for The Emmy Awards under the category of Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.
On her uploaded video, she said, “I’ve completely lost my voice, but I think it’s important to mention living in the moment. I’ve never had this happen to me.”
The star also said that she loves this moment and just wants to enjoy it.
“I’m so guilty of getting stuck in tomorrow and what’s tomorrow, what’s gonna come, and I can’t stop going. You have to take a step back and enjoy this time, enjoy this moment without getting too far ahead. We all move so quickly,” Kaley added.
“I have never done this for an accolade. I’ve been doing this for 30 years because I love being an actor, and so to get gifted with this nomination and this moment… there’s so many people involved,” she continues.
“So I’m gonna enjoy it, I’m so grateful. Thank you so much!” Kaley Cuoco concluded.
There were nine nominations in Emmy Awards for The Flight Attendant. The categories include, Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music, Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series (Kaley Cuoco), Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series (Rosie Perez), Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series, Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Contemporary Program (One Hour Or More), Outstanding Casting For A Comedy Series, Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series and Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Comedy Series.