"Big Bang Theory" star Kaley Cuoco will be hosting "The People's Choice Awards" on Wednesday night, and on Monday the actress stopped by "The Talk" (weekdays on CBS), to chat about the hosting gig. When Cuoco was offered the job, she assumed she would be part of a hosting ensemble, and was shocked to learn she'd be flying solo. But after hosting "The Teen Choice Awards" last August, Cuoco felt confident enough to accept the challenge. She did issue the show's producers one warning, though. "I'm not going to sing and dance, I'm not going to harass all the celebrities in the front row, I'm not gonna, you know, come out on a War Horse," she told them.
But Cuoco will have a few more things on her plate than just her hosting duties. Her sitcom "The Big Bang Theory" is nominated for Favorite Network TV Comedy and she's also nominated in the Favorite TV Comedy Actress category. When Sara Gilbert asked what Cuoco plans on doing after those results are revealed, Cuoco joked that, "If I lose, I'm just gonna leave." Later in the interview, she told Julie Chen that she'd also leave if she won. Let's hope her categories are the last awards of the evening.
"The People's Choice Awards" air live on Wed., Jan. 11, at 9 p.m. EST on CBS.
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