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What a difference a day makes. Charlie Sheen may have bombed in Detroit, but he got a standing ovation when he took his live show to Chicago.

Charlie Sheen's "Violent Torpedo of Truth" bombs in Detroit

Sheen opted to change up the format by using a master of ceremonies that asked him questions throughout his show on Sunday, according to The Associated Press,. He got rid of the unknown rapper, long monologue, and various videos. Instead, he simply smoked cigarettes, talked about his "7,000 marriages," his career and his "goddesses."

The former Two and a Half Men star also took audience questions, including one about why he had paid for sex in the past. His answer: "Because I had millions to blow. I ran out of things to buy."

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While the first show of Sheen's "Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour  in Detroit saw audience members booing and leaving mid-performance, Sheen made it clear to the crowd in Chicago he didn't want a repeat. He urged the audience "not to become f--king Detroit tonight. Let's show Detroit how it's f--king done."

The "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is not an Option" Tour continues Tuesday in Cleveland.