HOLLYWOOD - In what many entertainment media experts are calling a fantastic move by both CBS and the creator, producer, and writer of Two and A Half Men Chuck Lorre, teen singing sensation Justin Bieber may be joining the cast of the number one television sit-com.
Chuck Lorre has had two meetings with Bieber and he came away saying that things are looking very good. Bieber appeared in an episode of the hit show last year, when he was introduced as Tyler "Tabasco" Harper, the biological son of Charlie Sheen's TV character Charlie Harper.
That particular episode titled, Pass The Tabasco Please, was one of the most watched Two and A Half Men episodes in the shows nine year history.
It even drew a larger audience than the finale of M*A*S*H in 1983. Lorre says that the week after Bieber appeared as the son of Charlie Harper and his ex-wife, who was played by Scarlett Johansson, that the Canadian singer received more mail than all of the other regular cast mates receive in one month combined.
Bieber is no newcomer to television. He has already appeared on several other top rated shows including CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Glee, Wheel of Fortune, and Growing Up Kardashian.
Chuck Lorre has promised Justin Bieber that he will work with him and that he will shoot his scenes around his concert schedule.
Bieber who at 17, is the same age as his TV cousin Jake, played by Angus T. Jones said that if things work out he will have T-shirts printed up for the entire cast that read: I'm A "Real" Winner.