After a poorly-received Friday night show in New York got him Bronx cheers, Charlie Sheen rebounded in his second performance at Radio City Music Hall on his My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option tour Sunday night, getting two separate standing ovations during the show, and RadarOnline.com has video and photos from his stop in The Big Apple.
Instead of wearing his usual baseball jersey, the former Two and a Half Men star, 45, donned an FDNY shirt in tribute of the authorities who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.
Sheen said, “What about those f***king heroes!” in reference to his shirt.
Of his earlier debacle in the famed building, Sheen said, "Friday night got a little f**king hijacked because I let people get into my magic f**king brain."
Sheen also talked a bit about his Two and a Half Men co-workers, co-star Jon Cryer and the show's executive producer and creator, Chuck Lorre.
Sheen called Cryer an "absolute rock star," and apologized for earlier comments he'd made calling the Pretty in Pink star a "troll."
Of the sitcom, he said, "I'll go back when they re-hire me... they fired me for having too much fun."
When an audience member chanted, "Chuck Lorre sucks," Sheen responded, "Well he doesn't completely suck -- he's a really good f**king writer!"
And in what is quickly becoming his go-to trick to get cheers, Sheen once again took off his shirt during the performance to show off his ripped body.
Sunday's was the seventh show in Sheen's 20-city tour. The actor has played to mixed results, getting booed in Detroit, while receiving cheers in Chicago, Cleveland and Columbus.
Watch the video below. (Caution: video contains profanity)
Sheen continues his tour at Boston's Agganis Arena Tuesday night.
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