Kaley Cuoco on rumours she's feuding with Margot Robbie

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From Cosmopolitan

Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco has insisted there's no bad blood between her and Margot Robbie, after feud rumours emerged when the pair both took on the role of Harley Quinn from Suicide Squad.

Back in 2016, The Wolf Of Wall Street's Margot won the role of The Joker's love interest (played by Jared Leto) in Suicide Squad, before making a spin-off released in February 2020, Birds Of Prey.

Kaley, meanwhile, has voiced an animated version of Harley Quinn on the character's self-titled TV series for Amazon Prime's DC Universe, which aired in 2019.

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Despite some fan speculation suggesting otherwise, 35-year-old Kaley has now insisted there's no secret feud between the pair over the role, revealing to Interview magazine that she and Margot, 30, hadn't even met.

"When Harley became kind of a big deal and then when Birds Of Prey came out, there were all these stories that me and Margot Robbie were feuding," Kaley explained. "But I've never even met her. I love her.

"There was an article that came out that said we would not show up together at Comic-Con. We refused to be on the same stage together. Neither of us was even at Comic-Con, okay?"

Kaley added: "She's so cute."

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It must be highly frustrating to feel pitted against someone you have no problem with, let alone someone you've never even met.

Speaking about how she got the voiceover role for the animated series, Kaley continued, "When they called me a couple of years ago and asked, 'Do you want to voice Harley Quinn?' I was like, 'That could be kind of a fun side gig.' But this thing has become huge. People love it. We're going into our third season. It's definitely different from the movies."

So that's the end of that, then.

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