UPDATE: A rep for Sheen denies to The Hollywood Reporter that he'll appear on "Celebrity Big Brother."
Over the past nine months, Charlie Sheen has broadcast his every move, from porn star romps to drug binges to world touring, through his Twitter and endless media interviews. If rumors are correct, he'll up that exposure even more, going live 24/7.
The UK Independent reports that Sheen will headline the upcoming eleventh season of the massive UK reality hit, "Celebrity Big Brother," in which a number of past and B-List stars are cast together in a house and have their every move monitored and broadcast online and on TV. Sheen, they point out, would be the biggest star to ever grace the show; the past few seasons have included Ivana Trump, Sisqo, Stephen Baldwin, LaToya Jackson, Dennis Rodman and Coolio, as well as names much more familiar to British audiences.
Channel 5, the network broadcasting the show this upcoming season, didn't comment on Sheen specifically, but didn't deny it, either.
Sheen, who was dismissed from "Two and a Half Men" at the end of the last shortened season for his wild antics, including radio rants in which he insulted creator Chuck Lorre; drug binges; and TV interviews with his then-"Goddess" girlfriends.
He will come back to TV in a sitcom version of the film "Anger Management," though no network has been chosen for the production.
For more on "Celebrity Big Brother," click over to the UK Independent.