Amid chants in the Chicago Theatre of “Detroit sucks,” the second night of Charlie Sheen’s concert tour Sunday went way better than Saturday in the Motor City — and by better we mean he actually made it through the entire show without being booed off the stage. According to the Chicago Tribune, the former Two And A Half Men star was much more mellow than on Night 1 of the Charlie Sheen Live: My Violent Torpedo Of Truth tour, answering an interviewer’s questions and interacting with the crowd. He also talked about returning to his hit show. From the Tribune:
Sheen said he would return to “Two and a Half Men,” the hit CBS sitcom that fired him after he viciously criticized creator Chuck Lorre. “If they say ‘Here’s your job back,’ I’ll go back to work,” he said. “I think it’s a great (f***ing) show,” he said, but his bosses, not so great: “They didn’t give a (f***ing) that I was hammered for eight years … money, ratings, money, ratings.”
Sheen’s LiveNation-sponsored tour continues Tuesday in Cleveland and Wednesday in Columbus before hitting New York’s Radio City Music Hall on Friday.