"Charlie Sheen, you make our hearts sing" could probably be heard during his 'Violent Torpedo of Truth' stop in Cleveland.

The audience helped Charlie Sheen prove he is truly a "Rock Star From Mars." The sold-out crowd at Playhouse Square's 3,200-seat State Theatre greeted the former "Two and a Half Men" star with Jerry Springer-like chants of "Winning" and bid him farewell with a standing ovation, according to AOL News.

The third stop on Sheen's tour began with Sheen running down the aisle toward the stage amid a screaming crowd as a guitar rendition of "Wild Thing" blasted out of the sound system.

"People, that was better than coming out of the bullpen in 'Major League.' Thank you," Sheen said, referring to his starring role in the 1989 comedy film about a fictionalized version of the Cleveland Indians baseball team.

Several of Sheen's recent catchphrases, including "Winning" and "Tiger blood," were fan favorites, with each of them shouted dozens of times throughout the 90-minute show.