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Topic - Mackenzie Barth
After being heckled and booed in Detroit, Charlie Sheen made some changes to his road show Sunday night _ and this time, it ended with a standing ovation.
This time, Charlie Sheen's stage show began and ended with a standing ovation.
Mackenzie Barth, 19, said the sold-out show was "weird," but that "at least no one was booing," referring to the reaction Sheen received in Detroit, where audience members chanted "refund" and headed for the exits even before the show abruptly ended.
Mackenzie Barth, 19, said it was a "weird" show.