Even some of the biggest celebrities have their insecurities, and in Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting's case, it's her voice.
The Big Bang Theory star revealed that interesting tidbit during a roundtable chat with New Girl's Zooey Deschanel, Nurse Jackie's Edie Falco, The Mindy Project's Mindy Kaling Shameless' Emmy Rossum and Orange Is the New Black's Taylor Schilling for The Hollywood Reporter.
When asked if the ladies ever critiqued themselves while watching their respective shows, Kaley admitted, "I hate the sound of my voice. I can hear it from a mile away—it's nasally. Why do I talk like that? It freaks me out!"
Zooey added, "No one likes their own voice."
"OK, because I feel like I have the most annoying one," Cuoco-Sweeting responded. "It's hard for me to watch Big Bang. I TiVo it at home to support the show, but there are 37 episodes on there [I haven't seen]."
But Kaley is extra appreciative of all of the support from fans of the show. In fact, she confessed that she can't help but get emotional about it.
"It's also amazing when people come up to you, and you've actually touched them in some sort of way because of your show. It makes me want to cry every time, I mean, literally you are so overwhelmed," she said.
"We film in front of a live audience, and about five years ago, [co-star] Johnny Galecki and I started going into the audience and talking to everybody halfway through each show. It has helped me tremendously. We shake hands and thank everybody. I want to cry every time! It's a big energy jolt."
Aw, so sweet!