Sheen on Lance: Not the 'friendliest'

Charlie Sheen describes once meeting Lance Armstrong: “He wasn’t the friendliest guy in the world.”
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Why Lance Armstrong Is Ready to Come Clean - Oprah's Next Chapter - Oprah Winfrey Network

For more than a decade, Lance Armstrong adamantly denied that he ever used banned substances—like erythropoietin (EPO), testosterone, cortisone or human growth hormone—to improve his cycling performance. Now, after admitting his guilt to Oprah, Lance reveals why he decided to finally tell the truth. Watch Part 2 of Oprah’s interview with Lance Armstrong on Friday, January 18, at 9 pm ET/PT on OWN. The interview will be simultaneously streamed LIVE worldwide on Oprah.com. For more, visit www.oprah.com Find OWN on TV at www.oprah.com

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