Charlie Sheen's winning streak is over.
At least for now.
The actor/performer/goddess-lover performed at New York City's Radio City Music Hall on Friday night and completely bombed.
Can we say "Detroit" all over again??
Within five minutes of being on stage, the audience began heckling and booing Charlie, which threw him off.
He tried to win the crowd back by offering an olive branch to Chuck Lorre, his former Two and a Half Men boss, inviting him to Sunday's show, saying, "(Let’s) work this s**t out. Of course I want my job back man!"
He then went after his Wall Street director, Olive Stone. Charlie told the crowd, "I’ll buy an Academy Award from Oliver Stone ’cause he’s now broke. His movies now suck! Anyone seen Wall Street 2?"
None of his "jokes" seemed to go over well with the crowd and after several minutes of booing and heckling, Charlie left the stage 30 minutes early.
He performs at Radio City Music Hall AGAIN on Sunday, but we doubt he'll have a better performance.
If you're holding a ticket for Sunday night's show, we're warning you now! It's probably going to suck.
[Image via WENN.]
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