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Charlie Sheen debuts live web show

Charlie Sheen and Rachel Oberlin in a photo Sheen posted on Twitter with the caption "Choose your vice."
Charlie Sheen and Rachel Oberlin in a photo Sheen posted on Twitter with the caption "Choose your vice." Twitter

Embattled actor Charlie Sheen debuted his live streaming web show, "Sheen's Korner" on Ustream Saturday night.

Sheen, wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with a dollar sign, hosted the show. He began with some words for his children.

"Daddy loves you and if you're watching, tell mom to leave me alone," said Sheen.

During an opening monologue, the actor showed off a tattoo on his wrist with his catchphrase, "Winning".

In the first part of his show Sheen listed "Winners," which included a bald eagle that survived crashing into a windshield, and Josie Dimples, an 80-year-old who tweeted Sheen to tell him that she's "winning."

Sheen's girlfriend "goddess," Natalie Kenly, then snapped a Polaroid of the actor, which he signed to send to Dimples.

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The actor introduced a segment called "Wish They Were Me Forever," listing Celebrity Rehab's Dr. Drew Pinsky and CNN's Nancy Grace.

Sheen also listed people he wished he were for 10 minutes. On the list were his friend Sean Penn, Colin Farrell and San Francisco Giant pitcher Brian "Fear the Beard" Wilson.

The actor revealed that his favorite interview of the week was with NBC News' Jeff Rosen. Sheen said Rosen was supposed to appear on the show, but NBC wouldn't allow it unless the network could film the live streaming event.

The Hollywood Reporter reported that at one point, the show had 113,251 viewers.

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