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Charlie Sheen celebrates his 47th birthday today, though the actor really got his gift on August 29.

That's when FX made the unprecedented decision to pick up Sheen's Anger Management sitcom for 90 more episodes, ensuring it goes into syndication and likely earning the actor another $100 million or so.

Perhaps we should all beat up women and take a lot of drugs.

Charlie Sheen at the Mic

Sheen, of course, has recently said he was never actually "winning" and has referred to his ridiculous episodes in early 2011 as a "psychotic break." That's a start toward some kind of redemption, we suppose.

Send Charlie a few birthday wishes if you'd like and also consider the following celebrities who turn a year older today: Shawn White (26), Garrett Hedlund (28), Nick Wechsler (34) and Dave Ramsey (52).

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It's terribly sad but true: Charlie Sheen really is winning.

The actor has reason to celebrate today (hooker and cocaine-free, we hope) because FX has picked up his Anger Management sitcom for 90 additional episodes. Yes, 90.

Charlie Sheen as Charlie Goodson

The network was forced to complete the order after making an unusual agreement with Sheen and the series: if it performed well enough, FX wouldn't just order a second season comprised of 10 installments.

No, it would go all out and guarantee 90 more, which takes the total number to 100 and, in all likelihood, the series in to syndication. Which could net Sheen $100 million in all.

Why make such a deal with such a trouble star? Who the heck knows. But might have something to do with money.

Let's hope Sheen continues to use his for a good cause.

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Miley Cyrus has been going crazy on Twitter these days, sending out photos left and right of her new haircut.

And speaking of going crazy, the young star has a new admirer: Charlie Sheen!

  • Charlie Sheen in Toronto
  • Miley Cyrus at Home

Miley actually started the unexpected lovefest between these two last year, writing (after a 17-month absence from Twitter): "I'm not gonna lie. I came back to twitter for 2 reasons. My fans and to follow Charlie Sheen."

And she continued it yesterday, addressing the actor on that social network with: "@charliesheen IS THE [bomb icon]."

The Anger Management actor then replied to the props with a few of his own: "Idk, w/ that new haircut Miles...You're the [bomb icon],Come watch the show at my place! xo c."

It's nice that Cyrus has an admirer and all, especially with the criticism her fresh look has received online, but allow us to offer Miley this piece of advice: DON'T GO!

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Lindsay Lohan will star in Scary Movie 5, sources confirmed over the weekend.

The comeback kid continues her recent winning streak - Lifetime's Liz & Dick stars Lohan as Elizabeth Taylor and The Canyons features Lindsay and porn star James Deen - as E! News reports shes "definitely" doing the film.

What's more, Charlie Sheen may appear along side her. Seriously.

  • Lindsay Lohan's Teeth
  • C. Sheen Photo

Despite him being uncomfortably killed off in Scary Movie 4, Sheen is said to be in talks to return for the franchise's fifth installment, due out in 2013.

It's being touted as a complete reboot of the franchise, so it's easy to invent ways to bring Charlie back ... hopefully in scenes with Lindsay.

It would be a watershed moment for celebrity gossip if these two train wrecks / tabloid staples had some sort of fight scene to the death.

Anna Faris, meanwhile, will not appear in Scary Movie 5.

[Photos: WENN.com]

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Charlie Sheen has made it the tiniest bit harder to hate him now.

The actor announced today that he will donate 1% of his profits from Anger Management - which is off to a solid start on FX - to the USO, guaranteeing that military organization at least $1 million and leaving the final donation figure uncapped.

It's a record donation from one individual.

Charlie Sheen in Hollywood

"The USO would like to thank Charlie Sheen for his very generous $1 million donation to our Operation Enduring Care Campaign and his interest in helping us lift the spirits of those who have endured so much to protect the freedoms we enjoy daily,” said General John I. Pray, Jr., Executive Vice President and Joint Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force.  “His support is greatly appreciated, especially from our wounded warriors and their families.”

Look for Sheen to hand over the first installment ($250,000) later this week. Says the now Twitter-free star:

“It’s an honor for me to be able to give back to these men and women of the military who have done so much for all of us. They put their lives on the line for us every day, and I’m just happy that my work on Anger Management can bring a little bit of relief to the troops and their families.”

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Making good on a promise he made not even 48 hours ago, Charlie Sheen has officially quit Twitter, leaving his 7.7 million followers emotionally reeling.

Fortunately, he departed with one final, inspiring Tweet:

"reach for the stars everyone. dogspeed cadre. c out."

Charlie Sheen Crazy

Sheen signed onto Twitter fairly recently in March 2011, after he was fired from Two and a Half Men and began lambasting his former bosses online.

He has been a regular tweeter ever since, offering sage-like pearls of wisdom to the general public and plugging his new show Anger Management.

It's unclear why he decided to close up Twitter shop now, but the 47-year-old actor reportedly felt like he's "not getting anything out of it" anymore.

Sheen told TMZ today, “Thank you all for your amazing support. Trust me when I say please ‘follow’ me to my next endeavor. It’s gonna be epic.”

As long as it's not judging American Idol, we have no doubt.

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We can't imagine this is real, but it's certainly intriguing.

With rumors circulating that American Idol may hire an entirely new judging team on Season 12 - Will it include Adam Lambert? Miley Cyrus? Nicki Minaj? - producer Nigel Lythoe has reportedly given TMZ two names of who he'd love to see behind the table:

Jerry Lewis... and Charlie Sheen.

Charlie Sheen Smiling

Give his sordid/colorful/ridiculous history, we somehow doubt Lythgoe would ever place Sheen in charge of a show that targets teenagers as its core audience, but the actor told the site he'd be up for it. Depending on certain conditions.

"If the numbers move the needle AND 'Idol' matches 20% of my weekly salary for Autism Speaks, JDRF, and the Boys and Girls Club... then the hell with it," Sheen told TMZ. "As we say, pour the smoke."

Charlie, only you say that.

What do you think? Should American Idol hire Charlie Sheen as a judge?

 

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Hmmm... what's the opposite of winning?

A week after his new sitcom posted historic numbers for FX - becoming the network's most-watched premiere of all-time - Charlie Sheen and Anger Management plummeted back to reality last Thursday night.

The third episode of the series brought in 3.37 million viewers overall, a 38 percent drop from the prior week. A similar decline was experienced in the coveted advertiser demographic of 18-49-year olds, as 35 percent fewer (2.65 million) tuned in for week two.

Charlie Sheen on Anger Management

Still, if the latter figures hold steady, Anger Management will be considered a wild success for a cable comedy, on par with Wilfred (2.5 million) and way ahead of Louie (1.4 million).

Prepare yourselves if this comes true, people: FX has signed an unusual deal with Sheen that promises an addition 90 - yes, 90! - episodes if the sitcom is picked up beyond the initial 10.

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Rick Calamaro, the former assistant and close friend of Charlie Sheen's who many believed took part in the actor's past drug binges, has been found dead.

As first reported by TMZ, Calamaro's body was found in his Los Angeles apartment yesterday, although it's believed he'd been deceased for many days.

Moreover, according to authorities, "numerous pain medications and an open bottle of alcohol," were also found at the scene.

Charlie Sheen Smoking

Calamaro was a club promoter who befriended the actor many years ago.

He accompanied Sheen to New York City for the infamous October 2010 incident with Capri Anderson at the Plaza Hotel, where police were called, Anderson ended up locked in a bathroom and Sheen ended up in the hospital.

No word yet from Sheen's camp, but our thoughts go out to Calamaro's family.

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His anger not managed over a story this week that claimed he trashed a NYC hotel room, Charlie Sheen is considering legal action against those who reported the story.

As reported on Wednesday, a couple news outlets claimed that the actor went ballistic inside the Ritz-Carlton, partying the night away with prostitutes and pretty much acting like Charlie Sheen circa 2010.

But hotel representatives then came out and denied the story, inviting Sheen to stay there again any time in the future.

Charlie Sheen on GMA

Sheen spoke to TMZ about the allegations and said he's been so busy promoting his new show on FX (did you watch the Anger Management premiere? It was abysmal.) that he simply has no time for drugs and hookers.

He also shot down reports that he flipped out on his daughters after they refused to walk a red carpet with him and ex-wife Denise Richards for what Sheen hoped would be a PR-friendly photo op.

In response to these supposed lies, Sheen is considering a defamation lawsuit to get to the bottom of who initially leaked the bogus tale.