Kaley Cuoco ain’t sitting on the couch with Pringles and Netflix. The “Big Bang Theory” alum, fresh from seeing her new HBO Max series “The Flight Attendant” finish airing its eight episodes, has been working out. On Wednesday, Kaley updated her Instagram stories with a quick sweat session shot, reminding her 6.3 million followers that killer bodies don’t maintain themselves. Kaley, who has been show-jumping on her horses this month and wowed fans with her booty mid-air from horseback, is keeping hers up today. Check it out below.
Scroll for the photo – the above one saw Kaley joined by 32-year-old sister Briana Cuoco for a summer workout, with Bri now making headlines for featuring on “The Flight Attendant.”
Kaley, who has admitted she “fell in love” with hot yoga because she hates running, opted for resistance work today. The 35-year-old, indoors, shouted out trainer Ryan Sorensen as she lay back with feet apart while resting her back on a gym bench and lifting that butt with all her force.
Kaley, who wore tight black spandex leggings, plus a tie-dye tee matching them, also sported sneakers, plus her hair tied back. The repost got a #bootysprout, with Kaley’s muscular rear likely benefitting. “Getting @kaleycuoco right!” Ryan had written.
Kaley, who has been finding very innovative ways to work out in quarantine, has also been sharing them. And they get amusing. During her recent Toronto lock-down, while shooting Kevin Hart’s new movie, the actress delivered power squat jumps on and off her apartment bed.
Kaley’s biggest headline-maker right now is “The Flight Attendant,” a thriller seeing her play a woman who wakes up hungover in a hotel room and with a dead body next to her. The series, three years in the making, premiered on November 26.
Earlier today, Kaley spoke on Andy Cohen’s “Watch What Happens Live” to discuss a possible second season. “It was meant to be a limited series for sure, but we’d really like to do a season two,” Kaley told Andy.
Also covered by Bravo face Andy was whether Kaley was upset with “BBT” co-star Jim Parsons for his exit dictating the end of the CBS series.
“No. That was what he felt was needed for himself at the time and I don’t know if my life would have taken this path if we hadn’t have ended when we did so maybe it was a blessing in disguise.”