Charlie Sheen has had a change of heart and is now backing Ashton Kutcher as his replacement on TV show "Two and a Half Men."
Sheen was fired from the comedy in March following a dispute between himself and creator/executive producer Chuck Lorre, which became a very nasty public war of words.
After weeks of speculation over who would replace Sheen in the program, Kutcher was confirmed as the new star on Friday.
The announcement prompted Sheen to take aim at producers and Kutcher, insisting the sitcom would not work without him, telling TMZ.com in a statement, "Kutcher is a sweetheart and a brilliant comedic performer… Oh wait, so am I! Enjoy the show America. Enjoy seeing a 2.0 in the demo (demographic) every Monday, WB (Warner Bros.)."
But now Sheen has reached out to the Valentine's Day actor and admitted TV bosses have made a good choice.
In a post on Twitter he writes, "Winning Congrats to the cast and crew…CBS & WB..! My best to (Ashton Kutcher) !! The show must go on… You got the right guy!"
And Kutcher was pleased with the comment, replying, "Thank man. Always been a fan, always will be! BTW (by the way) you were ';born big'."