The audio, shared by the actor himself, features the Charlie Sheen replacement singing 'Men men men...' in deep voice.
Ashton Kutcher has given another tease to his new role on "Two and a Half Men". On Sunday, June 5, the 33-year-old actor took to his Twitter to share a link to a short audio of him rehearsing the show's theme song, singing "Men men men...." in deep voice.
Kutcher is cast on "Men" to replace Charlie Sheen who was fired from the sitcom in March. CBS Corp. president and CEO Les Moonves recently said that the "No Strings Attached" actor is expected to pull in huge numbers of viewers for the season 9 premiere.
In the meantime, "Men" poster featuring Sheen has been removed from the wall of Warner Bros.' stage. It is reportedly replaced by a banner that just bears the show's title.
Although WB left no trace of Sheen on its studio's wall, creator Chuck Lorre has stated that he does not plan to kill off his character, Charlie Harper. Instead, the next season may see Harper deciding to stay overseas.