CBS have a tradition of surprising the audiences who attend their show recordings and 'The Big Bang Theory' lived up to expectations. In order to say goodbye to the beloved sitcom, which has been running ever since 2007, the entire cast and crew took part in a flashmob to the tune of 'Larger Than Life', by the Backstreet Boys.
The stars, Kaley Cuoco, Jim Parsons, Mayim Bialik, Melissa Rauch, Kunal Nayyar, and Simon Helberg relished in the special moment; the only cast member who was unable to join in was Johnny Galecki (Leonard) who found himself injured, although this didn't stop him from cheering on his cast-mates from the side. Cuoco ensured the dance was recorded with care from different angles:
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Ok ? here it is! I give you (from many different angles!) our FINAL @bigbangtheory_cbs epic flash mob! Our cast and crew surprised the writers, producers, and audience last night dancing to @backstreetboys Larger than Life (a song that thanks the fans) thank you @bricuoco @mandykorpinen @elizabethpetrin for choreographing this epic dance and for my crew who rehearsed for months and listened to me yap on and on about this endlessly! ? it was worth it!?? enjoy!!! #thefinalseason (PS @sanctionedjohnnygalecki hurt his ankle but he was cheering us on from the sides!)
The actress previously admitted on the Ellen DeGeneres show that she was sad and emotional about the prospect of the show coming to an end. She told DeGeneres, "We've been getting super emotional [...] out of nowhere, I just started bawling. And the crew, all the camera guys and everyone came out and they were like, 'We're so glad you cried, because we've been waiting to cry.' And then they all gave us this huge group hug and we all just cried for like 10 minutes."
The Final Breath
'The Big Bang Theory' will come to an end in May this year, after twelve seasons and 279 episodes. Although there is no official end date as of yet, it was confirmed on TV Line that the season finale will be split across two episodes, which will be streamed back to back.