Denise Richards, Charlie Sheen Have 'Awkward' Moment On Set Of New FX Sitcom 'Anger Management' [VIDEO]

 @CareyDrew2
on June 27 2012 10:50 AM
Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards at the Mets/Yankee game
Things apparently got a bit awkward when Denise Richard's stepped on the set of her ex-husband Charlie Sheen's new FX sitcom, "Anger Management." Richards recently showed up on ABC's "Good Morning America" to speak about her recent guest appearance on the show, which comes six years after her very messy, very public divorce with Sheen. Reuters

Things apparently got a bit awkward when Denise Richard's stepped on the set of her ex-husband Charlie Sheen's new FX sitcom, Anger Management.

Richards recently showed up on ABC's Good Morning America to speak about her recent guest appearance on the show, which comes six years after her very messy, very public divorce with Sheen.

While the actress told GMA's Robin Roberts that the pair are friendly again she did make it a point to say that there was some lingering awkwardness in the air.

It was more awkward for everyone on set watching, Richards, 41, said in reference to the Anger Management, guest appearance she recently shot with Sheen, 46. We looked around and were like, 'Everyone is staring at us.'

 While Sheen and Richards are certainly not strangers when it comes to working on the same set, it is the first time the two have appeared together onscreen since their 2006 divorce. The show is also the first TV appearance for the former Two and a Half Men star since he was fired from the hit CBS sitcom back in 2011.

The former husband and wife caused even more of a celebrity stir when they appeared together with their daughters Lola, 7, and Sam, 8, at a June 23 game between the New York Yankees and New York Mets. At that point, it's worth noting that Richards has officially split with Bon Jovi rocker Richie Sambora, her on-again, off-again boyfriend of five years.

Richards, on the June 26 edition of GMA, suggested that she and her ex-husband were just at the game with our kids . . . There is nothing more.

People are trying to make more out of it, she said in reference to misleading headlines. When they don't see us together we're at each other, but when we're together they think we're back together. But it's for our girls. It's for them.

width=0

Share this article

More News from IBT MEDIA