Charlie Sheen issued response to the hissing crowd and horrid reviews after opening night on the Charlie Sheen live tour, My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not An Option. While the ex-Two and a Half Men actor is indeed talking about the show on Twitter, he's choosing to ingore the bad reviews of what some are calling the Warlock's latest disaster. instead, for Sheen, he insists he's still "#winning."
CRITICS GIVE CHARLIE SHEEN SHOW #LOSING REVIEWS
"The padded and disjointed show was a hodgepodge of video clips and Sheen-isms that felt hastily assembled and misjudged the patience of even the hardest of hardcore fans," writes Entertainment Weekly of Sheen's kickstart show in Detroit, Mich.
SHEEN WAS "BOOED OFF STAGE" AFTER BAD JOKES
The Huffington Post didn't offer a favorable review of Sheen's live show either. Saying "there was no #winning for Charlie Sheen last night," the Post reports the 45-year-old Sheen was "booed off the stage as he berated the audience and spoke incoherently."
SHEEN TWEEKS SHOW FORMAT AFTER PATHETIC COMMENTARY
As for Sheen, he's added over new tour dates across the U.S. through the first of May, totaling in 20 shows for the complete tour. The actor updated his Twitter account after the Detroit show to read: "TOOK ONE NIGHT BUT HE IS #winning." While he may have verbally ignored the less-than-rave show reviews, Sheen did alter the format of his show when he took the stage live for his second performance in Chicago, Ill.
WILL SHEEN'S 20-CITY TORPEDO TOUR SURVIVE?
Critics of Charlie Sheen's show are pointing at "poor ticket sales" for the remainder of the tour, but Sheen's Twitter isn't showing even the faintest of despair after a rough weekend on the road. Between retweeted messages and YouTube show posts, Sheen is either completely oblivious to failure or breaking through a new dimension of stand-up comedy on stage.
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