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He’s thrilled about his new show “Anger Management,” and last night (July 16) Charlie Sheen visited “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” for a promotional appearance.
Sporting a dark suit with a lilac button-up oxford shirt, the “Hot Shots Part Deux” actor hung out with Leno and fellow guest Jay Mohr, and even discussed the rumors that he is being considered to fill one of the “American Idol” vacancies left by Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler.
Perhaps in an attempt to atone for his past sins, Charlie Sheen announced today (July 16th) that he will donate 1% of the profits from his new FX show, "Anger Management," to the United Service Organization (USO).
The USO provides programs and services to U.S. troops and their families. With a pledge of 1% of the profits and a minimum of $1 million with no cap, the former "Two and a Half Men" star's donation will be the largest individual donation the USO has ever received.
Whether spending the day with family or fellow celebrity friends, the stars showed that they are full of patriotism with some spotted donning red, white and blue apparel while others took to social networking sites to send their good tidings.
Former Disney starlets Miley Cyrus and Vanessa Hudgens proudly showed off their red, white and blue garb while the "High School Musical" actress shared a photo of her manicure with the caption, "im so proud of my patritotic nail art Hehehehe ."
After stepping outside for a smoke break, Charlie Sheen was caught throwing yet another public fit when guards refused to let him re-enter the Staples Center for the L.A. Kings game in Los Angeles, California on Wednesday (June 6).
Surrounded by his posse outside, the "Anger Management" star was none too pleased to hear they wouldn't bend their policy for him - after which he ended up snapping at a female security guard, yelling, "You know what? F**king blow my balls, alright, you f**king asshole."
Pulling out a shaded pair of glasses to read the teleprompter, Charlie Sheen stepped out on the Gibson Amphitheater stage to fittingly recognize the wildest party movie of the year at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards in Universal City, California on Sunday (June 3).
In a black suit and striped tie, the "Anger Management" star presented the Instant Cult Classic Movie Award to 'Project X' saying, "Finally a movie that captures what's going on in my head 24 hours a day."