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The star of Big Bang Theory made the reveal in a magazine interview.
Kaley Cuoco, 29, has confirmed that she once went under the knife – to increase the size of her bust.
The Big Bang Theory actress, who is on the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine’s latest issue, says that undergoing the operation was the “best decision” she had ever made.
Cuoco also admits in the interview that she Googles herself. “I started reading (online stories) and thought, ‘Maybe I need to make more of an effort and not go out in my Uggs and be disgusting’. So I started putting on make-up. And they started writing, ‘Wow, someone really likes being in front of the camera’ and ‘Her hair’s done now for coffee’.
“I couldn’t do anything right. Why am I reading this stuff? But I’m obsessed. I openly admit to being totally insane about that.”
In the interview, Cuoco talks about her almost impromptu wedding in December to professional tennis player Ryan Sweeting. They had only started dating six months prior to walking down the aisle.
“I admit it happened fast, but that’s who I am. When we met, I knew he was the one. (At my wedding), I felt like a rock star and a badass. What was amazing in that room, it was so full of love. It was like nothing I’d ever been to before, and it was exactly what we wanted it to be. It was the eighth wonder of the world, the greatest wedding of all time.” – Source: Bang Showbiz
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