Celebrity Fued of the Day: The Battle Continues Between Ashton and Sheen

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Celebrity Fued of the Day: The Battle Continues Between Ashton and Sheen
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After hearing the interview Ashton Kutcher gave on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Charlie Sheen had some choice words to give his 'Two and a Half Men' replacement on Twitter.

Badvertising of the Day

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Ashton Kutcher's new $1.5 million spot for Popchips is styled like a commercial for a dating service, in which Kutcher plays four single guys looking for love. But not only is the ad, which Kutcher helped develop, tortuously unfunny, his Raj character is in brownface.

In one of many direct tweets to Kutcher's Twitter handle attacking the spot, Raj says: "An actual Indian named Raj does not find @aplusk in brown face to be funny."

[adweek]

Potential Miscasting of the Day

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Potential Miscasting of the Day
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Ashton Kutcher will play the late Steve Jobs in indie flick Jobs, which begins shooting in May. Known for his light-hearted turn on Two and a Half Men and a handful of so-so flicks (New Year's Eve, No Strings Attached), this could be the opportunity of his career. Or not.

[variety]

PSA of the Day: Funny or Die presents Real Men Don't Buy Girls

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PSA of the Day: Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore phoned up a bunch of their celeb friends and convinced them to participate in a series of anti-sex-trafficking PSAs that, according to Kutcher, purposely sport the "offbeat feel of Funny or Die."

Because, as everyone knows, an anti-sex-trafficking PSA can't possibly be taken seriously unless it has the offbeat feel o

Hijacked Twitter Feed of the Day

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Hijacked Twitter Feed of the Day
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Hijacked Twitter Feed of the Day: Ashton Kutcher, who is currently at TED2011, just had his Twitter account hijacked by a fellow attendee who took advantage of Kutcher's total lack of security.

To be fair, what better place than TED, a technology-centric conference with a stated goal of disseminating "ideas worth spreading," to learn such a valuable lesson.

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