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It's the news nobody wanted to hear, but The Big Bang Theory is over - and Kaley Cuoco has shared a photo on social media of the cast's final scene together.
Fans were left gutted when the popular sitcom confirmed the latest series would be the final one after 12 years on our screens.
But Kaley's recent Instagram post has really made it hit home that it's the last we'll be seeing of our favourite gang. In the post, we see Penny, Raj, Howard, Sheldon, Amy, Leonard and what we presume must be Bernadette, having one final hug together on set.
Kaley, 33, shared the post with the caption: "Final group scene. That's a wrap."
Kunal Nayyar, who plays Raj, also posted on Instagram, with a caption that will definitely pull on the old heartstrings.
He said: "Thank you. Thank you for your words. Thank you for your encouragement. Thank you for tuning in night in and night out.
"Thank you for the stories you shared about how this show made you feel. Thank you too, for the not so nice times.
"Thank you, for lifting us up when we were down. Fame can feel like a cage, so thank you for making us feel safe enough to be free.
"Thank you for letting me share my birthday on stage with my six best friends, and thank you, for you, because without you - there would be no us. So this goes out to you, the fans... One last time. In love and gratitude."
It's safe to say that fans are pretty devastated about the end of an era, having grown up with them.
One user commented on Kaley's post: "I have been with you guys since day one and you made my life so much more happy. So sad for you, it must be very hard to end this amazing journey. But you have made so many lives happier, and each one of you is a fantastic artist. Thank you for the start of this big bang."
And another said: "Big Bang has been the thing I looked forward to everyday after school from 6-8 it helped me through so damn much. My mum introduced me to it a few years back and I just want to say thank you to every single person on the team for making such a fantastic show. You have helped kids all across the world."
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