Despite being unceremoniously fired from the show earlier this year, Charlie Sheen has revealed that not only will he watch the new season premiere of Two and a Half Men, he's throwing a viewing party!
The actor admitted during an interview on The Wendy Williams Show, set to air Monday, that he is having a group of friends at his house for both the renovated Men and his own Roast of Charlie Sheen.
"I'm rooting but I'm curious as hell. But I'm definitely rooting for them," he told Wendy.
When asked what he would say to his replacement, Ashton Kutcher, if given the opportunity he said: "I would just give him a hug and say make me proud, bro."
In spite of the controversy surrounding Sheen's dismissal from the show, he appears in positive spirits about the situation.
"I don't look at it as something that was taken from me," he said. "I see it as something I left behind."
Sheen was fired from the show back in March following a string of very public outbursts criticizing the show's creator Chuck Lorre.
Monday will be a busy TV night for Sheen and his fans. The season premiere of Two and a Half Men will air on CBS at 9 pm. The Roast of Charlie Sheen is on Comedy Central at 10 pm.
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