Julianne Hough, Cheryl Cole, and Selena Gomez To Star In The TV Sit-Com "Two And A Half Women"

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 27 September 2010

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Julianne Hough (L) and Cheryl Cole (R) in a scene from the premier of "Two and A Half Women."

HOLLYWOOD - Charlie Sheen will be producing a spin-off of his hit television sit-com Two and A Half Men, to be called Two and A Half Women.

The new show will star Julianne Hough (Ryan Seacrest's girlfriend), Cheryl Cole (Derek Hough's girlfriend), and Selena Gomez (who is presently unattached).

Julianne will portray Windy Hayweather, who owns a hair salon, The Hairing Aid, that caters strictly to Hollywood celebrities. Cheryl Cole will star as Lindy Rattlebrewster, who is a game show host from England who has been hired to be the host on the new game show, The Spinning Wheel of Prices.

And Selena will star as Cheryl's younger sister, Mindy Rattlebrewster, who has moved from England to Beverly Hills with her all-girl band, Lady Jayne and Tuesday's Rubies.

The three will move in next door to Charlie Harper (Sheen) on Malibu Beach and all will become very close friends.

Co-starring with Hough, Cole, and Gomez will be Cloris Leachman as the housekeeper Beulah, who happens to be the sister of Charlie's 502 pound housekeeper Berta.

SIDENOTE: Charlie Sheen has told a reporter for TV Guideline Magazine that unlike his show where he is constantly shown drinking alcohol, no one on the spin off will be shown drinking. Cavorting in short shorts, tiny halter tops, and see thru bathing suits yes, but no drinking.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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