Charlie Sheen unveils rambling new webcast ‘Sheen’s Korner’ [VIDEO]

Will Rahn Senior Editor
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Troubled Hollywood star Charlie Sheen unveiled his latest project on Saturday night, a rambling 50-minute webcast he called “Sheen’s Korner.”

More than 100,000 people tuned in to watch Sheen and a small group of hangers-on make fart noises and discuss the star’s “winning” streak.

The “Two and a Half Men” star wore a shirt emblazoned with a dollar sign and answered e-mails from fans. At the 27-minute mark, Sheen begins discussing some people he would like to be for 10-minutes, including actors Colin Farrell (“as groovy as they get”) and Sean Penn. Another segment listed celebrities Sheen believes “wish they were me forever,” such as cable host Nancy Grace and relationship advice expert Dr. Drew Pinsky.

Although Sheen was joined by “goddess” girlfriend Natalie Kenly, the actor seemed upset that porn star Bree Olson, who recently left his mansion in Beverly Hills, would not attend. “She had to go take care of some business,” he said. “We love you. We miss you.”

Disappointed viewers quickly turned to Twitter to vent their frustrations over Sheen’s bizarre broadcast, reports the New York Daily News. “After watching #sheen’s Korner, I will not be saying #winning anymore,” wrote one Tweeter. “What I just saw online is a disaster & a joke.”