Kaley Cuoco dated co-star Johnny Galecki of ‘Big Bang Theory’

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‘Big Bang Theory’ might take on a new meaning as its stars Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki once dated.  Kaley recently admitted to the secret relationship surprising many of the show’s loyal fans.  What’s even more surprising is that the two cast members still work together and are not at each other’s throats.

SAN DIEGO - JULY 23: Actors Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco attend TV.com NOW Awards during Comic-Con 2010 at PETCO Park on July 23, 2010 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for TV.com)

According to CBS Watch! Magazine, Kaley revealed the relationship during a recent interview with the mag saying “I dated Galecki, We dated for almost two years. It was such a huge part of my life and no one knew about it.”  The two co-stars on the hit sitcom apparently dated while filming the show.

Not only that, but the duo dated as part of a storyline on the show, with the relationship ending last season.  Kaley says of the real-life breakup that they both agreed to be professional if it ever happened.  She says she’s “lucky it was a mutual ending and that we don’t hate each other.”  Amazing how they kept it a secret for so long without the media or paparazzi catching on!

They always say don’t date your co-workers, but that never seems to stop it from happening.  In these situations, on the set of movie roles and television shows, it may be even easier for two people to feel a connection.  In many instances though, actors and actresses share those passionate love scenes yet are able to leave the set and go home to their significant others.  It’s amazing that Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki dated, broke up in real life and are still able to work together in an amicable way!


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