Charlie Sheen: NBC’s Rossen a ‘Rockstar,’ Interview ‘Pure Gold.’ ABC’s Interview Was ‘A Little Slanted’
“Two and a Half Men” actor Charlie Sheen is doing his best to undermine ABC’s primetime interview with him tomorrow evening. At 1 PM ET Sheen did a live Q&A with TMZ.com from his backyard in Hollywood.
He took the opportunity to weight in on the two network interviews he did. Sheen says he agreed to the NBC interview after he was unhappy with the way the ABC interview went.
“I re-entered an arena, and I expected something else, I had an expectation, and the result was not something I thought it would be,” Sheen told TMZ, adding that the excerpts ABC posted from the interview “seemed a little slanted.”
As for the NBC interview, Sheen called NBC’s Jeff Rossen “a rockstar” and that his interview with him was “pure gold.”
An ABC insider responded by telling TVNewser “If that is how it breaks down between both interviews, it sounds like a badge of honor for ABC.”
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