Charlie Sheen Entertains on Morning News Shows; Melissa Leo Apologizes for Dropping F-Bomb; Colin Firth Opposed to PG-13 Cut of The King's Speech
02.28.11 by reelz
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This morning Charlie Sheen made the rounds of the non-CBS network news shows, telling ABC's Good Morning America he's going to sue CBS for breach of contract and that he's "here to collect." He also appeared on NBC's Today show saying he's got "tiger blood" and "Adonis DNA," and made an offer to return to Two and a Half Men for $3M per episode after CBS apologizes "while licking my feet." NBC teased a second part of the interview, in which Sheen talks about his women — "goddesses," he calls them — on tomorrow morning's show.
On Friday Sheen was banned from Warner Bros. studios and responded by saying, "Doesn't matter too much because after Wednesday they'll have to rename Warner Bros. as Charlie's Bros. I will fire those clowns and bring in my own team."
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Melissa Leo has apologized for dropping an F-bomb at last night's Oscars, adding, "I really don't mean to offend and it's probably a very inappropriate place to use that particular word." Meanwhile, Best Actor winner Colin Firth is disappointed at the muting of several F-bombs for the PG-13 cut of The King's Speech, saying the R-rated version of the newly crowned Best Picture winner "has its integrity as it stands."
The Vanity Fair Oscar after-party was a hot ticket as usual, and Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez made it increasingly clear that the couple is, in fact, a couple.