Kaley Cuoco apparently keeps Pete Davidson on his toes.
The 35-year-old “Flight Attendant” actress is currently working alongside the “Saturday Night Live” star on the romantic comedy “Meet Cute,” and she seems to have found a way to push the comedian’s buttons.
In a series of videos shared on his Instagram story, Cuoco is seen dancing and lip-syncing to loud music as Davidson, 27, reads his script.
“I’m just trying to learn my lines,” the “King of Staten Island” star says as Cuoco arrives, singing Kygo and Whitney Houston’s remix of “Higher Love”.
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“Pissing off Peter while studying has become my favorite pastime,” the “Big Bang Theory” alum wrote on the video.
In a second video, Davidson notes that it was a “very late night” and that he was “really exhausted” as Cuoco danced around, lip-syncing to Eric Church’s “Drink in my Hand”.
“He also hates my musical choices, which makes things even more fun,” read the caption.
In the third and final clip of the set, Davidson yawns as Cuoco appears, singing “Let It Go”.
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“I’ve played ‘Let It Go’ 300 times,” jokes the legendary actress.
While the musical habit might annoy some actors, it seemed like a lot of fun, as Davidson couldn’t contain his laughter when his co-star took to singing.
“Meet Cute” is a new take on the classic romcom, according to Deadline.
The film will examine what people would do if they had the opportunity to travel back to the past of their loved ones, heal their traumas and turn them into the perfect partner.
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The outlet reports that Cuoco will play Sheila opposite Davidson’s Gary in the film written by Noga Pnueli and directed by Alex Lehmann.
The fun clips from the “Meet Cute” ensemble come at an exciting time for the two stars.
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Davidson’s “The Suicide Squad” hits theaters and on HBO Max on Friday while Cuoco landed his first-ever Emmy just a few weeks ago for his role in “The Flight Attendant.”
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