Kaley Cuoco Roasts Pete Davidson for Wearing Hoodie to ‘Meet Cute’ Premiere

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Keeping the peace at the forefront of thought For the premiere of his new romantic comedy, Meet Charming, Pete Davidson went casual, and his co-star Kaley Cuoco didn’t miss the chance to make fun of his on-brand, laid-back ensemble.

ET’s Rachel Smith was on the rug at the Meet Charming debut in New York City on Tuesday and was talking with Cuoco – – who looked staggering in a shining metallic jacket dress – – when Davidson hit the scene.

The previous Saturday Night Live entertainer shook a white hoodie – – with the hood up – – green pants and fold over conceals as he presented and grinned for photographs, and the Airline steward star really wanted to jab fun.

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“I’m happy Pete spruced up for the event,” Cuoco said with a snicker. “That is so terrible.”

The just a little about his look before Cuoco made sense of why precisely Davidson is a particularly enchanting and attractive individual.




“Truly he’s simply he’s a truly sweet person,” Cuoco shared. “Particularly shooting here in New York, he has a ton of fans, and I mean hordes of individuals as we were shooting, and the person stops for everyone, he snaps a picture with each individual, he signs each signature.”

“He’s truly liberal with regards to that, and it’s a truly sweet side to him,” she said, adding that his jaunty neighborliness was similarly present on set during recording. “He’s interesting to such an extent that all we did was chuckle, giggle, snicker, chuckle, giggle, so it was it was cool.”

In Meet Charming, Cuoco plays a solitary lady named Sheila who finds a time machine that permits her to turn back the clock to a date she had the prior night with a man named Gary (Davidson), again and again. In any case, when she begins returning to minutes in Gary’s past to attempt to transform him into her fantasy rendition of the man she maintains that him should be, things get significantly more confounded and chaotic.

“Something doesn’t add up about it that was, as, in addition to a lighthearted comedy and in addition to a time travel film,” Cuoco said of what pulled in her to the film in any case. “It was everything, and in such a sweet fun way.”



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