WATCH: Kaley Cuoco Reacts to Her Sister's Audition on 'The Voice'
Kaley Cuoco is more than just a great actress — she's also an incredibly supportive big sister. 'The Big Bang Theory' star watched last night as her younger sister, Briana Cuoco, auditioned for 'The Voice' during Monday night's blind auditions and it was sort of the best thing ever.
Briana has served as Kaley's personal assistant for years, but has always felt that her true calling lies in the music industry. "This is what I want to do with my life," Briana explained to the cameras. "I don't want to make appointments, take the dogs for a walk, call the plumber…I believe I'm meant to do this for the rest of my life and hopefully this will be the beginning of the journey."
And it looks like a few of the judges seem to agree. As Briana belted out her own rendition of Lady Gaga's 'You and I,' Kaley waited backstage with baited breath — pleading for the judges to turn their chairs around for her baby sis.
So when they did, Kaley visibly couldn't contain her happiness, crying and jumping for joy when both Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green turned around by the end of Briana's performance. "There's no one in the world I love more," the actress told Carson Daly earlier. "My sister and I are closer than close. I want this for her probably more than she wants it. I'm just really, really excited."
And we absolutely love her for it, though we really shouldn't be that surprised — she always takes excellent care of Sheldon in his times of need ("Soft Kitty," anyone?). Check out the video below to watch Kaley's adorable reaction. And the Best Sister of the Year award goes to...
If you didn't love this girl before, you certainly will now.
She is a very pretty girl and with her judges help she has a chance to win it all... and what more can you say about Kelly, she's one proud sister and maybe looking for a new personal assistant soon... Can I be the first to apply??
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Also blocked in Canada. So much for being "friendly neighbours". Or perhaps it's a side effect of the US government problems.