Charlie Sheen made a surprise visit on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel to drop what could be deciphered as a hint on his rumored association with Fox, besides laying a big smooch on the host's lips.
The scandalous TV star walked in when Kimmel was interviewing Mark Cuban, Co-founder and Chairman of HDNet, carrying a bag full of T-shirts printed with his famous catch-phrases such as winning and tiger blood. Feeding off the welcoming energy from a roaring audience, the Two and Half Men star invited Kimmel in for a smooch.
Declaring I can't stay, sorry, Sheen handed over an interesting gift to Kimmel: a mug with cartoon pictures of a fox taped to both sides.
I'll let you figure it out, my man, he remarked.
Sheen's surprise appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live came in the wake of rumors indicating that the actor is headed towards Fox. The speculations were sparked off by Hollywood Life magazine, which suggested that there have been meetings between Sheen and Fox bigwigs about the possibility of launching a new late-night show.
Nullifying these reports that emerged as Sheen geared up for his upcoming comedy tour at the Fox Theatre in April, Radaronline.com reported on reconciliation talks between Sheen and Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre suggesting that CBS is keen on bringing back the top-rated comedy show.