There are those who dream of a life surrounded by goddesses and fueled by tiger blood, and there are those who live that dream. Charlie Sheen is decisively in that latter category.
The exiled "Two and a Half Men" star's party-hard antics are known far and wide thanks to his all-out media tour last year. Indeed, there is no greater party dude in Hollywood — which is exactly what makes him the perfect candidate to present a special party-film montage at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards. And if you disagree, clearly you're not winning — but you will be once you read our five reasons why Sheen is the ultimate Movie Awards party dude:
» Charlie's got a long list of hard-partying characters to his name. Bud Fox. Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn. That sketchy dude in the police station in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off." The list goes on. Fictional characters all of them, sure, but imbued with Sheen's own expertise in how to rage.
» There's one particular character in Sheen's career that bares its own mention: Charlie Harper. Sheen's hard-partying, small-screen "Two and a Half Men" persona loved chicks, drinking, late nights and trips to Vegas almost as much as Sheen himself. In fact, sometimes it was hard to tell where Charlie Harper ended and Charlie Sheen began. Partying, you see, is encoded in the DNA of both Charlies.
» Sheen's not just an actor, of course. Like many of his contemporaries, Charlie is a man who wears many hats: He's launched clothing lines, he's hosted online talk shows, he's led master classes in how to become a warlock without really trying. Juggling all those balls at once while still maintaining an acting career? Spread the hashtag: #winning.
» And then there's his personal life. Ah, his personal life. You read what we wrote earlier about goddesses and tiger blood, right? Right. We don't need to go into all the gory details. Much has already been made of the behind-closed-doors aspects of Charlie Sheen's life — because, well, pretty much none of it is behind closed doors.
» To conclude: why is Charlie Sheen the perfect Movie Awards party dude? Because the party does. Not. Stop. Ever.