Oh yeah! The "My Violent Torpedo Of Truth/Defeat Is Not An Option" tour absolutely has a "musical director" - Carmen Electra's fiance,
Robert Pattinson Rob Patterson.
So much is being kept hush-hush about Charlie Sheen's upcoming tour, which kicks off Saturday in Detroit, that Rob was contacted by sources to see if he'd spill some details. Luckily, he felt in a sharing mood and explained how he became a part of the tour. He explained:
"Well Charlie and I have been friends for a few years. We met through mutual friends. He called me and asked me a couple months ago if I would teach one of his girlfriends, Natty Kenly, otherwise known as 'Natty Napalm,' how to play guitar. When all this started happening, Charlie asked me if I could do some music for his live show. So I locked myself in my studio for about a day and recorded this epic intro for the show, which, people are going to be blown away by, and he loved it. And since I played guitar on the intro song, he said to me, 'You're coming on tour with me!'"
Rob continued on, revealing that music would be "interlaced throughout the show," but that it wouldn't be it's main component. There supposedly going to be something very "music heavy" at the top of the show and at the close, but most of the stuff in-between will just be Charlie's antics.
Like what, you ask? We're not sure and apparently, neither is Rob, as he explains:
"I think it's going to be shocking, stimulating, hilarious because Charlie is definitely the funniest man I know."
And he left it at that…
Oh! Except for one more thing - Snoop is expected to be in the house Saturday night! Get ready for that, Detroit!
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