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Charlie Sheen Show A Flop Says Audience

NL-Bree says-Despite popular belief, tonight live on stage in Detroit for Charlie’s tour was the first time Natalie and I ever made out. ?

(thank you S & E)

From myFOXdetroit.com Staff – Fans react to the debut of Charlie Sheen’s live tour at Detroit’s Fox Theater. “It was awful” says one fan, who left the theatre before the show ended. He was not alone and boos were commonplace.

Fox 2’s Alexis Wiley gets reaction from some of the hundreds of fans who left the Fox Theatre disappointed to say the least. 

Drew Lane of the ” Drew and Mike” show on WRIF radio also thought the show was a flop. The radio station hosted a contest where the winner got to be an intern for Sheen.  Lane says  “It was boring, not winning.  A motion picture star doing a live-show like that, I didn’t see this as being a big success to be honest.”

Based on hundreds of Tweets on Twiiter, Facebook posts and our interviews at the Fox Theatre, success not a word people are using to describe Sheen’s “Violent Torpedo of Truth” tour.

So much for “winning” an audience.  How much tonight’s poorly reviewed show will effect the remaining 19 live-shows planned for the tour remains to be seen.

Some audience members began yelling at the former “Two and a Half Men” star for refunds and walking out in droves. Sheen quipped after an audience member booed: “I’ve already got your money, dude.”

Some people, including professional psychologists,  think Sheen is suffering from some form of addiction and that he needs help.

He was fired from the hit CBS sitcom in March over his alleged drug use and increasingly erratic behavior. Sheen responded by filing a $100 million lawsuit.

Since then he has posted long-form internet rants that have been viewed by millions and played across main stream media all over the world.

Its fair to say that many of the fans who attended tonight’s show at the Fox Theatre wish they simply watched him for free on their home computers as opposed to shelling out big bucks for a live version of what sounds like a lesser product.

Despite popular belief, tonight live on stage in Detroit for Charlie’s tour was the first time Natalie and I ever made out. ?

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