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March 27, 2018

Kaley Cuoco flashes her stunning figure in a tight sheer lace dress during recent appearance

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Kaley Cuoco stepped out all dolled up for a good cause last Saturday night as she attended the Hilarity For Charity event. 

The 'Big Bang Theory' actress Kaley Cuoco made sure she was a sight to see as she wore a daring see-through dress. 

Hilarity For Charity is a variety show hosted annually by Seth Rogen at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, which aims to raise funds for Alzheimer's charities. 

This year, Kaley chose to show her support by gracing the event with her presence. 

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Cuoco showed off her great figure in a tight black lace dress, which highlighted her waist and assets. 

The dress fit her perfectly, and allowed her to flash a lot of skin due to its semi-sheer lace detail. To cover up, Kaley had on black highwaisted underwear. 

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She accented her daring outfit with a pair of strappy heels, and letting her hair down in waves very loosely. 

Kaley's fiance Karl Cook joined his soon-to-be wife at the gala, who wore a military jacket and a colorful scarf. 

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On it's sixth year, Hilarity For Charity was (for the first time) streamed on Netflix. 

Lauren Miller-Rogen, Seth's wife, started the show with a beautiful speech. 

"We started the Los Angeles variety show six years ago in order to raise awareness for Alzheimer's, a disease that has touched so many families including my own. Our goal is to educate a younger audience and ultimately create the next generation of advocates for the cause. I am so thrilled to be able to share this year's show with an even larger audience through our partnership with Netflix and are proud to have them as a partner."

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Since the show being born in 2012, Hilarity For Charity has already raised more than $7 million to help families struggling with Alzheimer's care by increasing support groups nation wide and funding research.

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