Appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the host of this year’s ceremony was asked who he’s going after this year to which he replied: ‘Well, Charlie Sheen has obviously put his head above the power pit.
‘Like last year, Mel Gibson was a gift from the comedy god. So yeah, that’d be two good people out of the audience - Mel Gibson, Charlie Sheen, O.J. Simpson. I mean, these are people that really have something to go after.’
Last year Ricky raised the roof making digs at Paul McCartney’s divorce from Heather Mills, Angelina Jolie’s ‘hobby’ of adopting African children and Mel Gibson’s love for the drink.
‘I only go for the weak and the feeble,’ he continued. ‘I’m not going to have a go at Russell Crowe or Mickey Rourke. Mickey Rooney maybe. Betty White, I’m not scared of her. You’ve gotta to choose your targets wisely.’
On how he manages to decide on what to say he said: ‘I’ve got those two voices. One says, ‘Don’t say that.’ The other one says, ‘Go on. See what happens.’’
‘This one usually wins (points to the one that says go on…). I think it’s a room of the most powerful people in the industry so all I can do is end my career.’
What will come out of his mouth? How will Charlie take it? Has he even been invited? Who will win what? Check back on Monday to find out.
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