We were kinda bummed that we couldn’t make it to any of Charlie Sheen‘s recent one-man shows on his “My Violent Torpedo of Truth” tour. But after seeing Conan O’Brien‘s video, we’re don’t feel like we’ve missed much.
And Conan’s right. Charlie’s face doesn’t change expression. But it doesn’t really change on Two and a Half Men reruns either.
Adam Lambert got booted from Lady Gaga’s birthday party for being a sloppy, loud and embarrassing drunk. And he’s really sorry, Tweets that his hand still hurts from punching a hole in the ceiling. Adam, Adam, Adam. This behavior can kill a career. No one likes a sloppy drunk star. Maybe you should get some help before the inevitable arrests and the DUIs start
Charlie Sheen chats with CNN’s Piers Morgan about his drug addiction, cigarette smoking, his sudden recovery, the constraints of AA, physically attacking women (he hasn’t), regrets about starting to use drugs, the situation with his network and Les Moonves lying to him about the show. Keep reading to see more. If you really need to. Do you believe him?
After watching Charlie Sheen‘s appearance on the Today Show , we think that all it needed was a laugh track to be a fairly decent episode of Two and a Half Men. So here’s the idea — perhaps an idiotic idea — to save one of our favorite TV shows. Surely we can work this out. So, what if Charlie Sheen doesn’t actually appear on Men anymore. What if he just goes behind the scenes and writes the script instead of saying the dialogue. Seriously, It could work.
Just keep Sheen out of the limelight, free to pursue his, ahem, other pursuits and he’ll always have lots of amusing material for hilarious coke and booze fueled escapades with hookers every week.
No? Well, it was just a thought. I mean, we hate his excesses in real life. But when it’s fiction, audiences love it. It’s a win-win!
Top Hollywood publicist Stan Rosenfield knows about dealing with all manner of celebrity crises. But apparently Charlie Sheen takes the cake.
I just got this email message from Stan. “I have worked with Charlie Sheen for a long time and I care about him very much. However, at this time, I’m unable to work effectively as his publicist and have respectfully resigned.”
Moments after Stan announced his resignation, Charlie emailed and/or tweeted TMZ saying “P**sy. He’s not allowed to quit, so you’re fired.”