Kaley Cuoco NOT Creating “Chaos” On ‘Big Bang Theory’ Set, Despite Report
Kaley Cuoco is not creating “chaos” on the set of “The Big Bang Theory” nor is she “unpopular” with her co-stars, despite a new report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct the record. We’re told the claim is completely “ridiculous.”
According to yet another inaccurate RadarOnline report, Cuoco is ticking off the other members of the “Big Bang Theory” cast ever since “her personal life took over the tabloids.” A so-called “insider” tells the webloid that Cuoco’s “become the Jennifer Aniston of the show in that she is getting a ridiculous amount of attention in the press for her high-profile divorce” from Ryan Sweeting. The questionable source further alleges in unnaturally expository language that her new romance with Karl Cook is “only alienating her even more from costars Johnny Galecki and Jim Parsons, who definitely don’t have her back.”
The supposed “insider” goes on to claim, “It used to be Kaley and Johnny versus Jim… but now it’s kind of everybody versus Kaley.” “There were times where Kaley was on big magazine covers but had only six lines in that week’s episode,” the seemingly fabricated source continues. That allegedly has led to “resentment” from her co-stars, contends the webloid’s “insider,” who is quoted as saying, “She has the cushiest job on the planet.”
Besides not being true, which we’ll get to in a moment, the webloid’s seemingly fake source doesn’t understand how TV shows work. Often plots for series and characters are worked out a long time in advance of taping, so no actor would really complain about a co-star having a few lines when their personal life unpredictably has changed.
Notwithstanding the alleged “insider” exposing him- or herself as an outsider, Gossip Cop looked into the allegations, and we’re told by a production source that it’s all untrue. Our actual insider tells us the webloid’s story about Cuoco being “unpopular” with the other stars and allegedly creating “chaos” on the set is “ridiculous,” and “literally not at all based in reality.”
Of course, this is not the first time RadarOnline has manufactured a report about the cast members fighting. In April, Gossip Cop completely shot down a story from the repeatedly disproven site that wrongly alleged Mayim Bialik and Cuoco were feuding over salaries because the latter makes more money on “The Big Bang Theory.” Bialik’s own rep exclusively told Gossip Cop at the time, “It is 100 percent false,” noting, “There is no feud between the actresses or anyone else on set for that matter.”