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Charlie Sheen rebounds at Radio City

By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Charlie Sheen’s live tour has been a roller coaster of extremes. He either angers the crowd until they boo, leer and walk out, or he makes legitimate changes and receives a standing ovation.

So far, New York City has given him both.

Friday night at Radio City Music Hall was a travesty. But Sheen reportedly made major changes to his program’s format … and killed with Sunday night’s crowd.

“Charlie told the crowd that he loved them and walked off to a standing ovation,” TMZ reports. “Charlie killed it tonight. ‘Nuff said.”

Sheen connected with the audience by talking about “Two and a Half Men” collaborators Jon Cryer and Chuck Lorre. He even admitted that he’d go back to the show if he was asked, and encouraged fans to go to Warner Bros. and lobby for his return. But as TMZ notes, “Not happening.”

The Sheen tour rolls on, heading to Boston on Tuesday, April 12. With all apologies to our Massachusetts readers, Sheen’s pattern suggests a train wreck following a hit performance, so Beantown should be a disaster. We’ll see!

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