Charlie Sheen did not have a warm welcome when he kicked off his one-man-show tour in Detroit. The former Two and a Half Men star was met with boos during his performance Saturday night.
The first stop on Sheen's tour was at Detroit's Fox Theatre which more than 4,700 people attended.
People.com is reporting that audience members were not asking Sheen questions, as the show's description encouraged and they were asking for refunds.
Sounds like Charlie Sheen was an epic fail tonight. The gig's up. Time to stop giving him attention and get him some help, one user tweeted.
A local Detroit entertainment newspaper, Real Detroit Weekly called Sheen the most hated man in Detroit.
Entertainment Weekly called Charlie Sheen LIVE: My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option a disaster adding that it is the 'Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark' of celebrity stage acts.
The show was a reminder that the pop culture phenomenon is serious about his beliefs. But most of the crowd wasn't entertained by the loose and disorganized attempt, wrote the Detroit Free Press.
The New York Times wrote that the multimedia event had no clear structure or direction.
Sheen's following stop was in Chicago where the reviews were much more positive.
Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Sheen took the stage at the Chicago Theatre for a show that featured fewer video clips than his show in Detroit. Sheen also got rid of the comedian stand-up act and added a questions-and-answers segment with an interviewer.
According to TMZ, Sheen spoke of times he did drugs with Chris Penn and also talked about returning to Two and a Half Men despite calling the people who run the show blood suckers.
Sheen was also asked why he paid for sex and he replied because I had millions to blow; I ran out of things to buy.