Charlie Sheen hasn’t had much luck so far on his comedy tour, Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option, getting critical reviews at his first stop in Detroit. And after last night’s NYC show, the former Two and Half Men star seems like he still needs to work on his routine.
When Charlie appeared at the first of two sold out shows at Radio City Music Hall on Friday night, E! Online reports that some audience members got up and walked out mid way through his bit.
The actor joked about his incident with the police at the Plaza Hotel last year and spoke about getting fired from his sitcom, but the crowd apparently wasn’t enjoying his performance.
Despite his comedic attempts, Charlie cut the show short thirty minutes early, but still thanked the audience for at least listening.
“I love you, New York. You’re the best crowd ever. Well, some of you.”
Let’s see how the self-proclaimed “Winner” does on stage for the second time in NYC tonight!