Andy Cohen on Charlie Sheen's NYC Shows: 'Everyone at Radio City Turned on Him'

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Apr. 11 2011, Published 11:17 a.m. ET

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Andy Cohen is all about supporting NYC shows, but he was not eager to get a ticket to Charlie Sheen's "Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour at Radio City over the weekend. But the Bravo host still weighed in on Charlie's live stage show, saying after the reviews he is happy he wasn't in the audience.

Andy told Kathy Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb on Today that he was following Tweets from the head writers from The Late Show With David Letterman' during Charlies first show at the venue, when he was booed off the stage.

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"It was fascinating to hear because it was this one hour journey of having the audience in the palm of his hand, and then everyone at Radio City turning on him, and then him just ending the show," Andy explained.

"Last night, apparently, was a little better," he added, but also explained that he chose to attend the opening night of the musical Catch Me If You Can instead.

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