Twitter sensation Charlie Sheen appeared live Saturday night at 10 Eastern (7 Pacific) on Ustream, an online video channel. He called his Ustream netcast Sheen’s Korner. “You’re either in Sheen’s Korner, or you’re with the trolls,” proclaimed the ever-crazier Charlie Sheen in anointing his latest “disorganized, random experiment of sorts.” Here’s the part 1 of 9 of Charlie Sheen’s live webcast “Sheein’s Korner.”
He’s already clocked up 1.81 million followers on Twitter fives days after joining. His hour-long show attracted 104,000 viewers in the first 15 minutes. The actor, who was visibly sweating in a black T-shirt with a green dollar sign on it, was joined by his assistant Rick Calamaro, one of his two girlfriends Natalie Kenly and others at his Sherman Oaks home.
Reading from a series of cue cards and notes Sheen delivered a radio-type show to fans. He also revealed a new ‘winning’ tattoo on his left wrist. At one point he claimed he was waiting for a telephone call from the U.S. President, which did not arrive.
‘It did not happen but have absolute faith it will,’ he said to his captive audience. The star had repeatedly announced the show earlier today on his Twitter feed. ‘World.. live 7:00p.m. pacific time..! Tune in, turn on… Its #TigerBlood tonight!!,’ he wrote. He also slammed Dr Drew Pinsky, a world famous addictions specialist who has said the actor may be ‘manic’ and ‘bi-polar’ in a section called: “wish they were me forever.”
Sheen later hit back saying: “I’m not bi-polar, I’m bi-winning.” Television show host Nancy Grace, who has said it was ‘a legal and criminal justice mystery’ why Sheen hadn’t gone to jail, was also taken to task. “You wish you guys were winning but you’re not. What’s the opposite of winning? Losing,” Sheen said of the pair.
But he also had praise for Colin Farrell, baseball player Brian Wilson and Sean Penn in a section called: “Kind of wish I was them for 10 minutes.” In another section called “Plan better” – which is fast becoming another stock Sheen phrase – Oberlin took to the microphone while sitting on Sheen’s lap.
She described how the day before she’d stepped on her dress and tripped up the stairs, to which Sheen and the others cried: “Plan better.” Sheen also signed a polaroid photograph for a fan and promised to post it to them. “Even though the post office is closed tomorrow… but we are winning so we’ll get this out immediately,” he said.
The 45-year-old actor briefly mentioned his on-going battle with Warner Bros over payments for the remaining episodes of “Two And A Half Men” show, which were cancelled following Sheen’s rant about the show’s creator Chuck Lorre – in which he called him a ‘pu**y punk’ and a ‘charlatan’.
Charlie Sheen ended his show that he dubbed his “maiden madcap experiment” by reading poetry and promising to return the next night. ‘Trolls beware,’ said Sheen before the screen went blank. [via Daily Mail (UK)]