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While Nigel Lythgoe is possibly joking when saying that he wants Sheen and Lewis on 'Idol', the 'Anger Management' actor lays out several conditions that must be met before he signs up.
The former 'Two and a Half Men' star cracks a joke about Slash's longtime rival in Guns N' Roses when standing at the podium to fete the guitarist.
The 'Anger Managament' star says the catchphrase doesn't fit him because 'I lost my children, my money, my job, my stature, my mind.'
The 'Anger Management' lead actor dismisses rumor he hosted a wild, loud party with some hookers inside his hotel room after dining with Denise Richards.
The fiance of Lisa Stelly is offended for being denied the job due to his illness, but he says he's lucky to have a loyal partner who helps him go through the emotional ordeal.
The 'Anger Management' star is close to land the president role in the upcoming actioner that will bring back Danny Trejo as the titular character.
The 46-year-old actor said there is more than 'wearing somebody else's clothes, saying somebody else's words and working in somebody else's space'.
Sheen's character thinks his therapist wants to have sex with him when she takes off her top to change clothes.
A female guard did not allow him and his buddies back inside Staples Center and Sheen went berserk over it.
Rumor has it, Mueller is seeking an in-patient treatment for substance abuse after visiting her ex-husband in Los Angeles.
Words on the street are, the 'Anger Management' star is expected to join the June 3 festivity to introduce a tribute to party flicks, while Robert Pattinson will miss out all the action.
The 'Major League' actor walks on to a railroad and causes a trainwreck in the new promo that continues poking fun at his troubled past.
A lawyer for the 'Anger Management' star confirms that a cease-and-desist letter has been sent to the New York club, before stating, 'This matter has nothing to do with Sheen's reputation.'
Joe Roth who developed the upcoming series with Charlie Sheen said he has reviewed the case with lawyers months ago.
The 'Major League' actor's portrayal of an unorthodox therapist has got thumbs-up from over 80 percent of people who screened the new sitcom in California's San Fernando Valley last week.