After a tumultuous period last year, Charlie Sheen hasn’t been in the news much lately. As the former ‘Two and a Half Men’ star explains, there’s a good reason for that. Apparently, he’s not crazy anymore.
‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’ can be a tedious song to sing (and listen to), so Jimmy Fallon livened it up a bit on Wednesday’s ‘Late Night.’
Instead of three French Hens, eight maids-a-milking, and six geese a-laying, Fallon and his ‘Late Night Carolers’ sang about Charlie Sheen, Kim Kardashian, the Royal wedding, Herman Cain, Occupy Wall Street, and other big news stories from 2011.
After relentlessly badmouthing ‘Two and a Half Men‘ creator Chuck Lorre earlier in the year, ousted star Charlie Sheen got exactly what you’d expect in the season nine premiere: a supremely undignified end.
It looks like Charlie Sheen may have finally come back to reality. In an interview with Matt Lauer scheduled to run on Friday’s ‘Today,’ Sheen seemed somewhat contrite about his public meltdown last spring.
In a couple of new promotional spots for his September 19 Comedy Central Roast, Charlie Sheen is cast as the conductor of the Roast Express, a crazy train loaded with silicon-injected goddesses and visualizations of some of Sheen’s notorious catch phrases (“winning,” anyone?).
The train makes stops in Goddess Harbor and Tiger Valley, but when one babe asks if Normalville is on the route, Sheen qui
After eight years of womanizing, boozing and children’s jingle writing, Charlie Sheen‘s ‘Two and a Half Men‘ character Charlie Harper has finally met his maker. These photos from the upcoming season premiere, scheduled to air on CBS on September 19 — give a sneak peek at the funeral scene. Notice his signature bowling shirt and shorts hanging center frame.
Charlie Sheen on Monday revealed new details about his follow-up to ‘Two and a Half Men’ – a sitcom based on the 2003 Adam Sandler movie, ‘Anger Management.’
According to EW.com, Sheen will play “a mild-mannered, non-confrontational man” who “is ordered to attend group anger management sessions led by a therapist who could probably use some anger management himself.”
Over the last seven days, the Internet gave us a diverse group of viral videos - a refreshing change of pace after all of the Osama bin Laden-related videos from last week.
We saw the return of Charlie Sheen, a dead squirrel, a human bicycle, an amazing tennis shot, some incredible street dancing and more.
What were some of your favorite viral videos this week?
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