Kaley Cuoco might have made the headlines recently with her brief romance with Henry Cavill and her appearance in The Big Bang Theory but it appears she's going to have to make way for her sister Briana who has auditioned for The Voice US.
Whilst Briana showcased her talent in front of the coaches on the show earlier this week, it appears Jimmy Parsons has already been privy to it, telling Access Hollywood: "She is a great a lot of things. We give Kaley a lot of hell, like, ‘Oh, so finally the world is going to see the really talented Cuoco!' Which is not true - we just want to give her s**t!"
Also insisting that Briana is a talented singer, actress Mayim Bialik said: "She has a beautiful voice. She is phenomenal. She's very, very talented."
Briana appeared on The Voice (Splash News)
Thanking her friends and family for their support, Briana posted on the social networking site:
"Wow wasn't at my phone all afternoon and seeing everyone's support for #thevoice when I get back is incredible!!! THANK YOU..There are 5 nights of blind auditions - I do not know when my ep will air but it's comin."
Meanwhile, the first episode of the new season saw coach Adam Levine getting hit on by a hopeful.
Having got the Maroon 5 frontman's attention with his rendition of Blu Cantrell's Hit 'Em Up Style, the talented singer asked Adam: "What's going on handsome?", to which Adam who looked pretty dapper in a pair of ripped jeans and a black shirt, replied:
"Well what's your name handsome?", before joking adding: "Flattery will get you everywhere."
Adam Levine found himself with a crush on The Voice (WENN)
And the flirting continued when it came for the talented singer to decide whether he wanted to pick Adam or Cee-Lo Green. Poised with a problem, the hopeful commented: "I don't know if I'll be able to focus, because you are so good looking."
Joking about the sparks flying between the talented hopeful and Adam, fellow coach Blake Shelton jokingly warned: "Adam, this is going to be a conflict for you because you know you cannot have a relationship with someone you are mentoring."