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April 4th, 2011
Violent Torpedo Tour...Truthfully?


The Charlie Sheen “Violent Torpedo of Truth” tour kicked off over the weekend, completely bombing in Detroit but reportedly improving somewhat on Night 2 in Chicago.

After being booed 20 minutes into his act on Saturday, Sheen tells E! News that he retooled the show while en route to Chicago. As a result, he dumped all the video clips and that much-touted musical collaboration with Snoop Dogg and simply sat on stage Sunday evening, allowing his manager/ tour producer Joey Scoleri to interview him.

That led to major revelations about why Sheen pays hookers for sex (“So much [expletive] easier”) and whether he would ever return to a certain CBS sitcom. (“I’m not knocking ‘Two and a Half Men.’ I’m talking about the weirdos who run it. If they hired me back, I’d do it again.”) The approach earned him a standing ovation at night’s end and some meh reviews. Again, that is considered a major victory after the disaster in Detroit.

“Not really a trainwreck, just a little bit sad and more than a little bit tedious,” wrote Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times of the performance at the Chicago Theater.

Charlie Sheen has revealed he spent money on prostitutes because he had ''millions to blow'' and he "ran out of things to buy."

The former 'Two and a Half Men' star - who was a client of notorious madam Heidi Fleiss for years and recently was alleged to have hired "hundreds of women" from a former porn star known only as Felony - blamed his bulging bank balance for his escort habit when asked at his stage show in Chicago last night (03.04.11) why he paid for sex.

Charlie also hit out at his former wives Donna Peele, Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller. When asked how many times he had been married, the three-times wed star said "seven thousand. That's why I'm broke" and called Brooke a "kidnapper b***h".

However, he had kind words for his girlfriends, the "goddesses" Natalie Kenly and Rachel Oberlin, saying "They have not disallowed me everything that makes me happy. Period. The end."

Charlie also admitted he would love to return to 'Two and a Half Men' calling co-star Jon Cryer a "rock star".

Although he was booed off stage during the first night of his 'Violent Torpedo of Truth' tour in Detroit on Saturday night (02.04.11), the troubled star redeemed himself in Chicago and left the stage to a standing ovation after making a number of changes to the show, including using a talk show-style format with an unidentified interviewer asking the actor questions.

Charlie later tweeted: "I LOVE YOU CHICAGO! (the new Rock City!!!) c (sic)".

Rapper Snoop Dogg is set to join Charlie for a few shows during his 20-date tour.




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