Charlie Sheen Name-Drops Lindsay Lohan, Lady Gaga + the Best Partiers in Hollywood
Charlie Sheen is apparently the King of Hollywood, so much so that he gives Lindsay Lohan much-needed cash, is offered lap dances from Lady Gaga, and knows from first-hand experience which celebrities can really get their party on.
He may be about to be a grandfather, but few can keep up with white-nosed Goblin King Charlie Sheen when it comes to being the ultimate partier. And if the man himself is to be believed, Sean Penn and Johnny Depp are right up there with him.
"Johnny is hardcore, man. Sean is hardcore," Sheen told the Daily Beast. "Sean is hard to keep up with when he's going. And he's gnarly. He's the best actor alive."
Sheen and Lady Gaga both starred in the film 'Machete Kills,' but never met -- just had a mind-boggling phone conversation in which she asked him to star in a music video (the first X-rated one of all time). The premise is strange, yes, but not out of the Gaga realm of possibility.
“It's her going to this strip club, with Britney Spears or somebody, and they're dancers and I'm the customer. And she wanted to do a full striptease as a lap dance for me,” Sheen said.
According to him, Gaga called him on the phone about the part and said, “'If there's one person that should receive this X-rated lap dance, it's you.' I was so flattered, but we never spoke again."
He also discussed his $100,000 gift to Lindsay Lohan, whose tax issues are well known. Allegedly, Sheen was being paid $500,000 for half a day's work on 'Scary Movie 5,' which he was later told was being cut in half so producers could also hire La Lohan.
“I asked her how much she was being paid, and she said $100,000, so I just gave her $100,000 of their money," he said of the gift. "Paying it forward ... I was hoping that she would pick my brain a little bit on the set. That's the one thing that was really missing from the experience."
Other interview highlights prove Sheen is just as nutty as you'd expect, most notably the fact that 'Apocalypse Now' plays on a continuous loop in his home. Which, when you think about it, explains an awful lot.