Sheen’s Torpedo Bombed in Detroit, But Exploded in Chicago
Despite Charlie Sheen's horrible performance in Detroit on Saturday Night, the controversial actor received a much warmer reception on Sunday night as he took his "Violent Torpedo Of Truth" tour to Chicago. His tour kicked off at the Fox Theater on Saturday night with a rocky performance. Several people in the crowd booed and left early, as the actor struggled to entertain fans with his movie clips, music, and jokes. Those seeking refunds for his Detroit show are out of luck.
A representative for Funfest Productions, which was not involved with Sheen's Detroit appearance, says ticket holders were not promised enjoyment from the show. Refunds would only be available is Sheen was a no-show.
The Chicago performance, on the other hand, was the complete opposite. Sheen wasted little time addressing his poor performance in Detroit the night before, choosing to read a poem that discussed just how much he hated the city. Sheen also treated fans to a few stories from his past. He also recalled smoking marijuana for the first time with Chris Penn and partying with Mick Jagger and Eddie Van Halen. Sheen also told the crowd that he would be willing to return to CBS' "Two and a Half Men," but not before he got in a few shots at the show's creators. Sheen eventually capped off the night by reading a letter from one of his goddesses.
Sheen's "Violent Torpedo Of Truth" tour continues Tuesday with a stop in Cleveland.