Charlie Sheen Spends Globes Night In Vegas; Joins Drew Carey For Improv Comedy Show

It didn’t take long for Charlie Sheen to head back to Las Vegas.

While most of Hollywood was basking in the glow of the Golden Globes, the “Two and a Half Men” star was back in Vegas – just one week after his alleged raucous romp in Sin City.

But Charlie wasn’t just hitting the tables and the buffets – he was also apparently hitting the stage.

“Charlie Sheen just got on stage with us during our improv show at MGM in Vegas. Hilarious!” Drew Carey posted on his Twitter page on Sunday night.

According to Drew, Charlie’s recent headline fodder even found its way into the act.

“There were only about a thousand hooker jokes w Charlie Sheen at our GSN improv show at MGM. And yes it was taped. :),” he Tweeted.

A rep for Charlie had no comment on the actor’s return trip to Vegas or his involvement in Drew’s act.

Meanwhile, back in LA, Charlie may have been absent from Sunday night’s Globes, but he was still a hot topic.

Globes host Ricky Gervais kicked off the show by taking a shot at the embattled actor.

“It’s going to be a night of partying and heavy drinking — or as Charlie Sheen calls it, breakfast.” Ricky told the star-studded audience – just one of many jabs the British comedian took at some of his Hollywood brethren.

Some of Charlie’s fellow celebs also weighed in on his recent troubles, and whether or not so much attention should be paid to his personal life if he’s still showing up for work as scheduled.

“Here’s what I’d say – we’re actors and none of us claim to be role models. Even those that do, I hope they live up to it, but at the end of the day, the guy has showed up, he’s been ready for work. He’s memorized his lines. He’s producing a great show,” “The Social Network” star Armie Hammer told Access Hollywood at Sunday night’s InStyle/WB Golden Globes party. “I hope for him the best in his personal life. I don’t know the guy… but I will watch him. I think he’s exciting.”

“Modern Family” beauty Sofia Vergara also chimed in, noting how it’s tougher to keep public and private lives separate for celebrities.

“It’s your personal life, it should matter,” Sofia told Access at the InStyle/WB party. “When you’re a public person, of course, you have to be prepared to give extra explanations. But as long as they’re not hurting anybody, it’s OK.”

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