Sheen Wins Over New York Crowd

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April 11, 2011 | 4:20am EST

Charlie Sheen won over the crowd at his New York show on Sunday, just days after an audience at the same venue heckled the actor throughout his performance, prompting him to leave the stage 30 minutes early.
The former Two and a Half Men star is currently on his My Violent Torpedo Of Truth/Death Is Not An Option tour and he visited Manhattan’s Radio City Music Hall on Friday.

The audience was less than impressed with Sheen’s act and he left the stage after just 45 minutes due to boos from the theatregoers.

However, Sheen’s Sunday night show at the venue received a much better reaction, prompting the actor to joke, “I don’t even think I was here Friday night. Friday night got a little f**king hijacked because I let people get into my magic f**king brain.”

During the performance, the star invited actor James Lipton and baseball legend Darryl Strawberry on to the stage and also offered to pay for the audience to have tattoos of his catchphrase ‘Winning’, according to TMZ.com.

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