Kaley Cuoco and Zosia Mamet discuss getting matching tattoos to mark their first meeting: ‘I think we’re making a splash’
Kaley Cuoco and Zosie Mamet Talk About How They Got Matching Tattoos E!daily news That was released on Friday.
The performers, ages 36 and 34, noted that they decided to get ink to commemorate how they clicked immediately when they first met.
The two are currently co-starring in the comedy-suspense series “The Stewardess,” whose second season was released last month.
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Cuoco noted that during her first meeting with Mamet, she affectionately “shush” on her nose after they got along well with each other.
The actress then noted that “Boo” Mamet then “became a thing, and then we’ve been doing it all the time.”
The Big Bang Theory star commented that her small gesture towards her co-star has drawn public attention.
She said: “People are bragging about each other now. I think we’re making a splash.
Strong start: Cuoco notes that during her first meeting with Mamet, after they got along, she affectionately “nose” her nose; they appeared in April
Catch up: The actress then noted that “shush” Mamet then “become a thing, and then we do it all the time”
Mamet then referred to the comedy Mean Girls, saying: “You know how ‘Fetch’ didn’t happen? ‘Boop’ was happening.
Cuoco went on to talk about how her partner was a great source of emotional support following her divorce from ex-husband Karl Cook.
“We were living together towards the end of season two and there were days where I didn’t even think I could go to work,” she recalled.
The actress added that Mamet is fully committed to making sure she feels good during this time.
Most done: Cuco goes on to talk about how her partner was a great source of emotional support after her divorce from ex-husband Carl Cook
‘superior [Zosia’s] On days off, she would come to work and join me for lunch in my trailer. I was like, “Today is your day off.” She was like, “No, no, I’m here.” Those little things matter,” she said.
On Saturday, Cuoco also shared a video of her and her friends watching an episode of “The Stewardess” on her Instagram account.
In the clip, the performers can be seen affectionately “shush” each other as they gaze into each other’s eyes.
She wrote a short message that read: “I cried watching myself play best friend on TV when you were best friend.”
Best buddies: Cuco also shared a video of her and her friends watching an episode of flight attendants on her Instagram account on Saturday
The actress also deliberately added “#boop” to the end of the brief message.
At the center of the flight attendant is an alcoholic flight attendant who is involved in a murder mystery and is later recruited by the CIA.
Season one of the show premiered in November 2020, and season two premiered last month.
“The Stewardess” has been receiving positive reviews from critics since it premiered.
Going big: ‘The Stewardess’ has been receiving positive reviews from critics since it first aired