Maybe Hearne’s car isn’t so gay after all…
His Fiat may be a lot cooler than many of you thought.
MEET THE FIAT 500 Abarth…in the new Charlie Sheen TV Ad that ran during the NCAA’s yesterday. Wow, what a great ad!
Sheen is seen driving this hot black Fiat Abarth through an Italian Mansion at a super high speed. Shifting, racing, bustin up stuff, while a well-placed group of hotties watch and hope he stops for one of them. He eventually does and climbs into the arms of a beautiful lady.
I thought at first it was maybe his real life girlfriend but it’s Romanian supermodel Catrinel Menghia from that other Fiat ad that ran during the Super Bowl.
The funny part is, Charlie’s under house arrest in this piece, kinda like real life. And as he steps out of his hot machine, the Fiat Abarth, in his black suit with a prison ankle bracelet blinking, he grabs the babe, turns to the camera and says, "I love being under house arrest. What do I get for good behavior?"
Then the Abarth roars off and the ad ends with, "Not all bad boys are not created equal."
Sheen has to be cleaning up financially on these commercials with paydays in the millions. And you can’t miss his cable spots which are also very well done. The commercials likely will conitinue with him making more dough all through the summer.
Leading up obviously to Charlie’s new TV series – Anger Management. It’s a take-off on the Jack Nicholson movie a few years back with Sheen playing an anger management counselor who leads two therapy groups – one in prison and one out.
Which is kinda funny since Sheen obviously has anger issues of his own.
I was surprised to learn Charlie is only 46 and was born in New York City. His real name was Carlos Irwin Estevez his older brother being Emilio Estevez.
Yeah, Sheen looks about 10 years older than he really is – I wonder why?
But you have to give him credit, he’s still going strong, still is a big name, still gets the big bucks and yep, he’s still alive.
Hearne, don’t try and live like Charlie Sheen, you’ll end up like William Dafoe did in the film Platoon.
And trust me, you don’t want that.