Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Booed In Detroit :Charlie Renews Glow Direct Show

The star, who kicked off his "Violent Torpedo of Truth" stage show in Detroit on Saturday, was booed off the stage as he berated the audience and spoke incoherently, stringing together a series of catchphrases that had both lost him his job on sitcom "Two and a Half Men" and turned him into an internet star/curiosity.

"There's a couple things here I've got to f--king work out," he told E! News. "I don't know if I start the show alone and it turns into this [a Q&A format] or I just stay with this 'cause it's f--king working and we'll f--king return to it if I don't."

The former Two And A Half Men star had initially been greeted with rapturous applause from the 5,000 strong-audience, but fans reportedly began to walk out within 15 minutes.

Sheen was sacked last month from the hit TV series "Two and a Half Men" after criticizing its producers in a series of rambling media outbursts which Warner Brothers called the actor "dangerously self-destructive conduct."

Sheen maintained an uncharacteristic silence on his own Twitter feed after fans walked out of his “Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is not an Option” debut show in Detroit on Saturday night.

Sheen, who is traveling around on his one man “Violent Torpedo of Truth” tour opened last night in Detroit but wasn’t greeted with a lot of fanfare. According to the AP, “Charlie Sheen was heckled, booed and eventually abandoned by the crowd at his inaugural stage show, with many of the audience members chanting “refund” and heading for the exits even before the show abruptly ended.”