When you look at The Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco, you probably see a lovely actress who doesn’t look at all like an Atlanta rapper who would tell bitches to move before becoming a garage mechanic in the Fast and Furious franchise. And yet in the video below, Cuoco manages to become a near body double for Ludracis for an upcoming performance on Lip Sync Battle. Check her out! (But obviously while not getting in her way.)
Okay, so Ludacris probably wouldn’t ever wear a top like that, and his hair likely never came close to getting that blonde, especially not in the “Move Bitch” music video. But still, Cuoco looks like she’d be right at home on stage in a hip hop club where Ciroc and Hennessey are flowing behind the bar. If only Jim Parsons would have come to the show dressed up like Mystikal, then all of my dreams would have been realized. Or just that one dream that I didn’t know existed until this video hit YouTube.
Sadly, this is only a portion of the entire performance that’s set to air on Thursday night. Kaley Cuoco, who recently shared a photo with the partially reunited Friends cast, likely gets wilder as the song goes on. I mean, we did get to see her mouth “get my dick sucked,” so maybe not that much wilder.
Cuoco won’t be the only one performing on that episode, since that wouldn’t be much of a battle. Below, you can watch Josh Gad going next level bonkers by performing Divinyls’ “I Touch Myself” while dressed up as Donald Trump.
Just when you thought things couldn’t get any weirder, Gad hops on a Miley Cyrus-ish wrecking ball covered in a big shaggy wig and then hops down in order to make out with Cuoco’s Big Bang co-star Johnny Galecki. That’s a sentence I never thought I’d get to write. That was for you, Mom.
After watching Joseph Gordon Levitt destroy worlds as Janet Jackson in the Christmas special, I didn’t think Season 2 of Lip Sync Battle could possibly get better. But then Channing Tatum delivered a double dose of performances as Beyonce and Frozen’s Elsa, thus negating all my predictions and strengthening my anticipation for the show’s future. Find out what kinds of absurd musical insanity happens next when Lip Sync Battle airs every Thursday night on Spike.
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