Kaley Cuoco dismisses rumours she has quit The Big Bang Theory... again

Published Tuesday, May 3 2016, 11:19 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Kaley Cuoco has denied reports she has quit The Big Bang Theory... again.

Rumours Kaley will be bidding goodbye to her character Penny on the US comedy sitcom have been doing the rounds for a while now. BUT every time, Kaley has shut down such claims and insisted she isn't going anywhere.

This time, it's no different.

Kaley Cuoco attends The Big Bang Theory 200th episode party held at Vibiana, LA, 20 February 2016.

© WENN / Adriana M. Barraza

Kaley has filmed nine seasons on the show and shutting down talk she won't be doing anymore, the actress took to Instagram recently.

She shared a screenshot of herself in character as Penny on an episode of The Big Bang Theory and told her 2.7million followers: "The look I give when I hear rumours about myself leaving @bigbangtheory_cbs isn't happening. Never gonna happen. Won't happen. Here till the end ya'll."

Boy, are we glad to hear it!

Kaley's confirmation she is staying on the show comes after she (temporarily!) said goodbye to Penny after wrapping another season. Perhaps that's what sparked the speculation she could be leaving?

The 30-year-old changed up her look, switching her hair from a choppy cropped bob to a much longer length. Kaley explained: "It's very important for me to change my look after wrapping each season. I love playing Penny, but it's good for me to bring it back to Kaley. Last year I chopped it all off, this year I'm doing the opposite... Stay tuned! (Can't wait to read all the negative comments lol)."

Kaley Cuoco ditches her 'Penny' hair after wrapping up filming season 9 of The Big Bang Theory, gets new hair extensions by Faye Woods, 27 April 2016

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Kaley's new do.

The Big Bang Theory has also had to endure rumours the show itself could be coming to an end.

Back in December last year, reports claimed The Big Bang Theory will end after its tenth series has been filmed. Given that the show has just aired its ninth, that could mean pretty soon!

A show runner had said that they think the show will wrap up for good when it hits double digits, but luckily that is not set in stone. One of the show's creators, Chuck Lorre, has assured that if it is still in demand, then they will continue to produce it.

He responded: "As long as everybody is having a good time and we're making a show we're proud of … then it's worth continuing."

Phew. Panic over.

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