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Could Miley Cyrus Replace Angus T. Jones On 'Two And A Half Men'?

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Could a name change be in the cards for "Two and A Half Men"? Angus T. Jones, the 19-year-old who plays the titular "half" on the show, recently revealed his disdain for the show that he called "filth" in a Christian testimony, but he hasn't lost his job just yet.

But Celebuzz reports that Miley Cyrus is being eyed as his replacement. (It's too bad the title "Two Guys And A Girl" has already been taken.)

Cyrus appeared on the show for two episodes, playing a character named Missi, who has a fling with the character played by Jones.

"The episodes that she appeared on brought in the highest ratings of the season. One possibility is that she could easily be written into the show to go to college," a source told Celebuzz.

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Bonus: unlike Jones, Cyrus has a raunchy sense of humor.

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