Kaley Cuoco Speechless After a Question About Her Ex-boyfriend Henry Cavill Who She Only Dated For 12 Days

Kaley Cuoco Speechless After a Question About Her Ex-boyfriend Henry Cavill Who She Only Dated For 12 Days
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With most of her career spent playing the role of Penny on the sets of The Big Bang Theory, actress Kaley Cuoco had charmed the geeks and the comic book nerds in the series for more than a decade. Taking the TV industry by storm, the comedy series focused mostly on the life of a few scientists that traverse the world of love and relationships while being complete amateurs in the field, Cuoco had been a big part of the show from the start till the end.

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Kaley Cuoco as Penny in The Big Bang Theory (2007-2019).
Kaley Cuoco as Penny in The Big Bang Theory

And after the end of the series in 2019, she was considered to be one of the most desired actresses, both by fans of the show and people in the industry as well. Amongst the many, that liked the star, one, in particular, was interested to sweep her off her feet, and that happens to be none other than The Man Of Steel Henry Cavill himself. During an interview with The Wedding Ringer star was embarrassed to talk about the time both of them spent together as the interviewer became a little personal.

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Kaley Cuoco Dodges An Embarrassing Question About Ex-Boyfriend Henry Cavill

Kaley Cuoco and Henry Cavill in 2013
Kaley Cuoco and Henry Cavill in 2013

Spending over 12 years on the sets of The Big Bang Theory with comic book nerds, Kaley Cuoco’s character grew to love and appreciate the concept of comic books and superheroes as the show progressed. And with the end of the highly-successful series, it would become a stunning coincidence, or a chance of luck, that a literal superhero wanted to date her, and that man happened to be Henry Cavill, the star who played the role of Superman in 2013’s Man Of Steel.

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Although the dating phase was short-lived, as both the stars decided to call it quits after just 2 weeks of being together each other, it was also reported that the time they spent together was good. And thus, when an interviewer wanted insights into what it was like to date Superman, he asked whether the Man Of Steel actor actually lived up to the title in real life, and sure enough, Cuoco decided to laughingly dodge the question with a mischievous gleam in her eyes.

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The answer was an expected “I Don’t Know” one, but considering that they only spent 12 days together with each other, it’s easy to believe her to some extent, though the question was also an embarrassing one, which would also explain the hesitation.

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What Will Happen To Henry Cavill’s Superman?

Henry Cavill's Superman breathes his last at DC
Henry Cavill’s Superman breathes his last at DC

The news is official, and it is a heartbreaking one too. CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran have collectively decided to trash Henry Cavill’s version of Superman in the complete overhaul of the DCU to usher in a new era of superheroes from the pages of DC Comics. Although Gunn has plans to build a new universe with Superman, it sadly won’t be Cavill donning the cape anymore. And thus, one of the greatest versions of Superman comes to an end.

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