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VIDEO: Charlie Sheen Kisses Jimmy Kimmel During Surprise Appearance!

Mar. 22 2011, Published 9:15 a.m. ET

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Charlie Sheen made a surprise cameo on Monday's edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, as the embattled actor was a surprise guest during Kimmel’s interview with billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, who Sheen’s reportedly been talking business with.

Upon making his grand entrance, the former Two and a Half Men star, 45, planted a huge kiss on Kimmel's cheek, and took the first seat.

“I can’t stay... I can’t stay sorry -- silence! I have a show to write damn it!" he said, referring to his stage show.

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Sheen then pulled out a few bags of his t-shirts -- emblazoned with phrases like “Tiger's Blood” and “Winning” -- and tossed them out to the studio audience.

“I had this dream before and it doesn't end well,” Kimmel joked.

Sheen then gave Kimmel a coffee mug with a picture of a fox on it, telling the late night host, "I'll let you figure it out."

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And just like that, the eccentric star left as soon as he'd arrived, again to a huge ovation from the studio audience.

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After the show, Kimmel tweeted: we had a very very famous surprise walk-on guest tonight. my head is still spinning..."

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