Charlie Sheen Gets Punk'd
Who's winning now, sucka? It looks like Charlie Sheen is the biggest loser after all. CBS and Warner Brothers weren't joking around when they said Sheen was gone forever. To prove it, they've finally named a replacement for the troubled actor... and the role goes to none other than Ashton Kutcher, aka Mr. Demi Moore. The much more stable That '70s Show's star has signed on to replace the 45-year-old addict whose behavior transformed the show from a hit comedy into a major drama. And while Kutcher may not have as much personal baggage to draw from like Sheen, other Two and A Half Men cast members are welcoming him with open arms. Sheen's longtime co-worker Jon Cryer was over the moon at the prospect of working with Kutcher, although it didn't stop him from throwing Sheen a bone. Cryer's statement read, "For all the rest of the cast and crew I'm sure they are equally excited. I want to express my enormous gratitude to Charlie Sheen for eight great seasons. I'm extremely proud of the work we've done together, and I will miss him -- but I'm also looking forward to this new beginning." He jokes that he hopes Kutcher will be viewed as more than just a pretty face, "Ashton is an extraordinarily talented guy, and his presence will be an asset to our show. We are old friends from our male modeling days, and we're both looking forward to being judged for our comedic artistry, as opposed to our exceptional physical beauty." Meanwhile, Sheen is showing there are no hard feelings... not. After the announcement, he told TMZ: "Enjoy the show America. Enjoy seeing a 2.0 in the demo every Monday, WB." What the bitter boy fails to realize is that he has nobody to blame but himself.