Charlie Sheen and Ashton Kutcher Meet Backstage at Emmy Awards

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Just one night before the season premiere of Two and a Half Men, Ashton Kutcher and Charlie Sheen finally meet. Sheen met his Men replacement backstage at the 2011 Emmy Awards Sunday night and tweeted two pics of the duo on WhoSay. Sheen captioned one photo (seen on the right), writing: 
"Giving the new kid a little advice..! With @aplusk backstage at the Emmy's..."
In a more posed pic, Sheen tweeted: "Seriously... @aplusk great talking to you! We'll all be watching! Make us proud!!" Ashton responded via Twitter, writing: 

"@charliesheen good to meet you too. Wishing you the best on your new gig."
He later added: "@charliesheen btw I'd love to connect with you at some point and talk about Human trafficking and what @dnafoundation is working on."

Will you be watching Ashton's Two and a Half Men debut tonight on CBS? What are your predictions for the show? Sound off in the comments!

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  • courtneybaaaby

    the internet, the news and EVERYONE else are retarded and liars, they said ashton was playing charlie, and was growing his hair long, and growing the beard to look older to play charlie, than i go to watch the show and i find out charlies dead cause rose pushes him infront of a train in paris, and ashtons just playing a guy who buys charlies house, charlie isnt, and shouldnt be angry at ashton, so why is everyone saying he should, ashtons not even playing him, but having said that, ashtons sexy and is too good for demi.

  • Cabot

    Charlie Sheen had such a promising career and I am so disappointed to see the direction that his life and career has gone. He has done some great movies in his time such as Wall Street (1987), The Three Musketeers (1993), The Arrival (1996), Shadow Conspiracy (1997), Postmortem (1998), etc. I always wanted him to just do mainstream movies, particularly serious films and dramas, try to reach his full potential as an actor, join the A-list and try to win an Oscar. But now I have just given up on him. He hasn’t surpassed his father, Martin Sheen who still gets better roles and does bigger movies and he has become the laughing stock of Hollywood.