Don't lie - you laughed your manties off this afternoon when you watched Charlie Sheen in his new Funny or Die sketch, Winning Recipes. Right now, you're probably asking people to refer to you as a "Vatican rock-star assassin" and with the most serious face you can muster, you're telling people that, "all green things must die."
Yeah, we've got a few favorite quotes ourselves and since the show has gotten so much hype, Charlie plans on doing another one! Funny or Die executive producer Mike Farahconfirmed to sources that once Charlie gets back from his trip to Haiti with Sean Penn, he's slated to record another one.
Along with that, he revealed that Charlie will be leaving for his good-warlockwill mission early next week.
So prepare yourselves for Sheen withdrawl. We might get updates from him via Sheen's Korner, but we have a feeling he'll be too busy doing some good to phone in as many radio interviews as he's been doing. To make the transition a little easier for you…let's watch Winning Recipes again! (above)
Janice Dickinson could care less what the public thinks.
Arguably, she's the most outspoken of Bill Cosby's alleged rape victims and she wants the world to know that she has no plans to shut up now. In a recent interview, the super model slammed critics who've asserted that her allegation against the comedian is motivated by money.