The actor, who expressed interest in returning to the show, blasted producer Chuck Lorre for showing a Sheen lookalike getting crushed by a piano on the last episode. Charlie told TMZ, "To go to that low, to be that immature, that completely un-evolved and that stupid. In my face, really? You must feel safe... You must feel safe where you live... I don’t care if he lives or dies. It doesn’t even matter."
Sheen had a bitter feud with Lorre in 2011 before he left the show and was eventually replaced by Ashton Kutcher. Though it was rumored that Charlie would return for the series finale, Lorre decided against it.
The Captain America and Guardians of the Galaxy stars visited with patients at Seattle Children’s Hospital as part of their Super Bowl bet. They did the same thing at Christopher’s Haven in Boston last month.
According to the bet, if Pratt's Seahawks won the big game, Evans would visit Seattle Children's Hospital dressed as Cap. And if Evans' Patriots won, Pratt would visit Christopher's Haven dressed as Star-Lord.
There are some Full House fans kicking themselves right now.
John Stamos visited the San Francisco home seen in the sitcom on Friday and photo-bombed a group of fans, who had no idea Uncle Jesse was standing right behind them. Stamos posted the pic on Instagram and wrote, “Boy, these youngsters have 0.0 idea what they’re missing. #Fullhousehouse. #TURNAROUND.”
The home appeared in the opening credits of Full House, which aired from 1987 until 1995.
In the clip, which follows a day in the life for the Oscar-winner, Tom lip-syncs to the song and even dances -- with Justin Bieber.
After the video premiered Friday on BravoTV.com, Carly Rae told People magazine, "After shooting the video I am still in happy shock. Tom was hilarious and though it was absolutely freezing he kept our spirits up by shouting 'huddle together now – like penguins.'"
"I Really Like You" is the first single from Jepsen’s sophomore album, which drops this summer.