Charlie Sheen’s comedy tour began with a rocky start in Detroit but his second show received a standing ovation in Chicago on Sunday night.
Former “Two and a Half Men” actor Charlie Sheen was heavily criticized for his opening show on Sunday in Detroit, where he was booed by the audience.
But Sheen changed the format of his show in Chicago and “talked about his 7,000 marriages, his career and his goddesses”.
Charlie, 45, even took questions for the audience, which included a question about why he paid for prostitutes in the past. The actor replied, “Because I had millions to blow. I ran out of things to buy”.
Fans attending the Chicago Theater performance even chanted, “Detroit sucks” to show support for Sheen’s performance.
Charlie Sheen’s “My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is not an Option Tour” is now headed to Cleveland for a show on March 5th.
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