Alison Schwartz
May 13, 2011 12:00 PM

There’s a new warlock in town.

The rumors have been confirmed: Two and a Half Men has found its new leading man in Ashton Kutcher, CBS announced Friday.

Before it was confirmed Kutcher, 33, played coy.

“What’s the square root of 6.25?” the That ’70s Show alum and former Punk’d prankster Tweeted Thursday. The answer? 2½, of course.

Kutcher is replacing Charlie Sheen on the CBS sitcom, which fired the troubled actor in March during a now-infamous feud with the show’s producer, Chuck Lorre.

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No word on whether or not Kutcher has Sheen’s winning seal of approval, but one thing seems certain: Kutcher will have to win over the show’s loyal following. Tell us what you think of the casting:

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