Wedding bells are ringing on The Big Bang Theory!
Sheldon and Amy's big day is looming closer and closer on the hit CBS comedy, and now we have new details straight from the Big Bang's brightest stars about how the nerd-tastic couple might celebrate their impending nuptials.
The groom himself, Jim Parsons, dished to ET's Nichelle Turner that he's hoping for an "untraditional" ceremony, but he's leaving the official wedding planning up to The Big Bang Theory's writers.
"The writers always have these creative imaginative ideas because they're writers and I can never compete. I can't for the life of me imagine what they're going to put Amy and Sheldon [through] for marriage," Parsons spilled to our cameras on the Los Angeles PaleyFest red carpet on Wednesday.
The wedding, which is set to take place during The Big Bang Theory's Season 11 finale, will serve as a Cooper Family reunion. It was announced at the PaleyFest panel that actor Jerry O'Connell has been tapped to play Sheldon’s brother, Georgie, whose younger counterpart is played by Montana Jordan in Young Sheldon.
Johnny Galecki is already anticipating that Sheldon and Amy's wedding will be filled with plenty of "hiccups," but despite the looming comedy chaos, the 42-year-old actor revealed that this will also be one of the happiest days of Leonard's life.
"I think he'll be just very happy to get Sheldon off of his hands at this point," he explained. "Like, giving away his daughter like a father does at a wedding, but in a much less tearful manner."
As for Sheldon and Amy's first dance, leading lady Kaley Cuoco -- who is also planning a wedding in real-life with fiancé, Karl Cook -- shared her pick for Shamy's signature song.
"What's the strangest song you've ever heard? That's what it would be," the blonde beauty joked. "Like a robot song or just something out there that only they know and only they love. It's probably a song they've heard that no one else knows, you know? Just between them."
Kunal Nayyar, who plays the group's last remaining bachelor, Raj, says he's just excited to have the entire cast together for this milestone moment.
"If you know anything about this show, you'd know that nothing is going to go right. Obviously, everything is going to go wrong and then there will be obviously a very sweet moment of people coming together," he predicted of the upcoming episode. "And that's what is so beautiful about this show. The seven of us really lean on each other."
"The seven of these characters lean on each other so hard," Nayyar continued. "They rely on each other to get out of a bind, and I'm sure we'd all come together in some beautiful way and celebrate a wonderful occasion."
The Big Bang Theory airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
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