Kaley Cuoco is welcome any time on "Bachelor Live."
This season's "Bachelor" star Ben Higgins extended a personal invitation to the 30-year-old "Big Bang Theory" star to come on the popular aftershow, after she hilariously attempted to call in following the premiere last week. Cuoco was sadly denied when the lines were closed.
"Kaley, we're gonna take care of you and get you on 'Bachelor Live,' if you'll accept," Higgins said to Cuoco, when ET caught up with the handsome 27-year-old reality star at ABC's Television Critics Association winter party this past Saturday.
Cuoco isn't the only celebrity fan of the show -- momager Kris Jenner is appearing on "Bachelor Live" on Monday. But Higgins is clearly taking all of the celeb attention in stride.
"First off, it's really great that they're fans of the show, but second -- they're people," the Denver, Colorado native said of dealing with all the star power the show is getting this season. "I mean, everybody here tonight, they're incredibly talented, but they're people. You know, I want to treat them like I would treat anybody else and, you know, somebody that I meet in my hometown is the same as somebody who's on a television show."
When ET caught up with Cuoco at the People's Choice Awards last Wednesday, she enthusiastically explained her hilarious attempt to call in to the ABC show.
"I called in to ask my questions that the fans supposedly get to call in and ask, and I was not allowed to!" Cuoco explained. "I'm just putting it out there. So, Ben Higgins, I have questions for you, and I will save my questions until I get through and I will be on my phone when I get in my car to try and get through tonight."
"That's a little psychotic," quipped Cuoco's "Big Bang Theory" co-star Simon Helberg.