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Charlie Sheen Says He Uses "Performance Art" When Talking to the Media

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Mar. 10 2011, Published 11:07 a.m. ET

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Charlie Sheen is loving all the media attention he has been receiving. He told the Australian radio network, Nova, that the media love for him is "like a nude jacuzzi" and he's been putting on an act.

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“You have to sort of go into performance art,” Charlie told Nova about how he deals with the media (via Radar Online).

"It wasn't like I was really believing that if you, it’s a drug called Charlie Sheen, if you take it your face will melt off and you'll weep over your exploded body!”

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Radar Online has video footage of the interview and Charlie explains how he likes to use different words to get people talking.

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"It’s about all those b**ching words sounding cool all put together. It’s about shock value, it's just about not having any interest in speaking like everybody else, he explained. "It’s just boring."

And Charlie thinks the media loves him.

"They love me, they just love me," he said. "It’s a big, warm hug. It’s like a nude Jacuzzi."

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