Fueled by the storm stirred by his recent controversies, Charlie Sheen continues to reign the world wide web as he takes Twitter into the mighty book of Guinness World Records and dominates almost all aspects of search with the latest being the video of Jimmy Fallon parody.
After descending on Twitter just days ago, the 'Two and a Half Men' actor has landed himself and the microblogging site in the Guinness Book of World Records for amassing a million followers in the shortest span of time. The 'Fastest Time to Reach 1 Million Followers' Guinness World Record was approved after Sheen reached the million milestone in 25 hours and 17 minutes.
Sheen, who in an earlier interview complained that he was underpaid, also owns a Guinness record for 'Highest Paid TV Actor Per Episode - Current' at $1.25 million.
The 45-year-old actor created his Twitter account on March 1. His decision to land on the microblogging site came at a time when his scandalous statements and a series of interviews were making headlines. Within hours, Twitter verified the account and Sheen had close to 600,000 followers. Meanwhile, Sheen-related terms made their way to the Trending Topics list. Hashtag, #tigerblood derived from I got tiger blood, man quote from a March 1 interview with NBC's Jeff Rossen was among the most used.
Besides consistantly dominating the Google search trends over the past two weeks, Charlie Sheen is also among the most-searched term on the popular video sharing website YouTube. Earlier this week, YouTube Trends reported, a search for 'Charlie Sheen' delivers more than 1,400 results from just the past week. While interviews did form a sizable portion of the videos, it is the parade of parodies that are garnering the most interest.
The latest to hit the parody playlist on YouTube is that of Jimmy Fallon. The host of 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon', who had earlier impressed with the impression out of Robert Pattinson's Edward, pulled off another brilliant parody of Charlie Sheen's latest scandals. Mocking all the recent interviews of Sheen, Fallon put together a sketch which introduced a new fragrance called 'Winning' - the word that Sheen uses in almost all of his tweets. The perfume combines the delightful aromas of sweat, cigarettes and denial, said Fallon playing Sheen. In the parody, Fallon dropped almost all of the headline-making quotes and phrases used by Sheen.