Charlie Sheen Booed Off Stage At His Live Show Debut

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Those of you looking to start your Sunday with a renewal of faith in your god or the universe or whatever, you shall not be disappointed. Chuckles opened his "My Violent Torpedo of Truth: Defeat is Not an Option" tour in Detroit last night, and it was a bomb greater than all other bombs combined. Though Sheen hit the stage to thunderous applause, most of the audience walked out as he did his best to calm the crowd. They chanted "Refund! Refund!" and ultimately booed the warlock off stage.


Some points at which things may have soured? Telling the audience that Detroit seems like a good place to tell stories about crack cocaine. Responding to boos with, "I've already got your money, dude." Showing RPG, a short film he made starring a young Johnny Depp. (Actually, the audience booed at this, but I'm not sure I understand. Young Johnny Depp?!) And, above all else, Sheen didn't deliver what the audience expected: crazy tales of drug-fueled debauchery and funny rants. There was none of the former, and while there was indeed some kind of ranting, it just wasn't funny. But no worries — Chuckles will get his act together in time for tonight's show in Chicago, I'm sure. [AP, Reuters]

Speaking of that Chicago show, it'll cost you $10,000 to get a table at the after-party; $20,000 if you want a table near the man himself. [TMZ]

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Did those people pay to see Charlie just to boo at him? I don't get it...

I don't know who Michael Vartan and Lauren Skaar are, but their wedding sounds really lovely.

Yay, Ryan Kwanten! I can't imagine how no one else wanted to help that guy, but then I can't imagine how anyone would want to go to Sheen's show.