He's been the bad man, the mad man, the sad man.

Now Charlie Sheen shows his real face: Angel of Mercy.

The former Two and a Half Men star has donated $20,000 to a fund set up to help Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan who on March 31 was beaten in Los Angeles. Seems Charlie is moved by his plight.

Angel Charlie wasn't done. Two days later, he was spotted comforting residents of the Tuscaloosa, Ala., neighborhood of Alberta, ravaged by tornadoes on April 27. "I want [to bring] some money, hope, faith and healing to the area," said Chas, with moral authority that was veritably presidential. He said he was planning an all-star benefit concert for the region.

In other news, Charlie and Brooke Mueller's divorce became official on Monday. TMZ says Brooke gets $757,698.70 in cash, $1 mil for her share of the family home, and $55,000 a month in child support for the couple's twins, Bob and Max.

DUI for 'Jessie's Girl' singer

A Los Angeles County sheriff's rep on Monday announced that singer-actor Rick Springfield, 61, was arrested on suspicion of driving drunk Sunday night while cruising through Malibu, Calif., in his vintage 1963 Corvette. The Australia-born Springfield, best known for his '81 song "Jessie's Girl" and his role on General Hospital, is expected in court on July 5.

Jesse James: I'm moving forward

Jesse James, the biker and reality TV personality whose name became synonymous with Filth during his divorce from America's Princess, Sandra Bullock, is getting on with his life.

"I'm moving forward, thinking clearly, and becoming a better person," he tells People. "I have started life over."

James is engaged to tattoo artist Kat von D, and he has written a memoir, American Outlaw. Yet, all that pales in comparison with his feelings for Louis Bardo Bullock, the child he and Sandra adopted - the child who is no longer part of his life.

"Talking about Louis almost felt too intimate," James says about his reason not to include the child in his book. "He is so sweet, and I miss him."

Un-Belieber-able! Bieber dissed!

The world's most important teen, Justin Bieber, escaped injury (thank the heavens!) when a vicious mob of unbeliebers pelted a total of six eggs at the sexy chanteur during a concert Sunday in Sydney, Australia.

"Luckily," writes the New York Daily News, Biebs "danced his way out of their line of fire and no yolk messed up his hair." Phew!

Beliebers are up in arms. "I was soo angry when I saw this," the News quotes a fan as saying on Thejustinbiebershrine.com.

Of love, vows and babies

Mariah Carey, 41, and husband Nick Cannon, 30, who on Saturday welcomed twins, followed up that act of creative love by renewing their wedding vows on Sunday.

The Rev. Al Sharpton conducted the ceremony in Mariah's hospital room, and he blessed the baby boy and girl, whose names have yet to be released.

Meanwhile, Antonio Sabato Jr. and gf Cheryl Moana Marie on Sunday welcomed their first baby, a boy named Antonio Kamakanaalohamaikalani Harvey Sabato III. (His Hawaiian first middle name means "a beloved gift from the heavens.") Sabato, 39, has two kids from previous relationships.

Take home the fairy tale . . .

Now that she's married, you can't date Kate Middleton. But, what if you still could cuddle with her? Meet The Kate Middleton Bridal Doll, the latest tchotchke from that champion of the low-to-middle-brow, the Franklin Mint (www.franklinmint.com). A follow-up to the Kate Middleton Portrait of a Princess Engagement Doll, the new effigy is all decked out in wedding gear.

Locally connected media

Chuck Damico has been named program director of 95.7 BEN-FM in Philadelphia. He'll also retain his post as assistant program director of 93.3 WMMR, a position he's held since 2004.

Veterinarian Dr. Marty Becker, famed for his appearances on the Dr. Oz Show and Good Morning America, will sign copies of his new book, Your Dog: The Owner's Manual, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Monday, at Petco, 2353-2355 Street Rd., Bensalem. Info: 215-245-7133.

'Call for the Cure' telethon

Help raise money for breast-cancer research with the pre-Race for the Cure telethon, Call for the Cure, airing live from 3 to 8 p.m. Tuesday on CBS3 and CW57. The event will feature appearances by KYW Newsradio anchor Vince Hill, Ross Brittain, Valerie Knight, and Frank Lewis from 98.1 WOGL and Sarah, Spike and Gordon from 94 WYSP. To make a pledge during the show, call 1-877-599-3275 or visit www.CBSPhilly.com/cure. The Susan G. Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure will be held Sunday. Info: www.komenphiladelphia.org


Tidbits 'n' pieces

Magazine and media source mimonline says (via Gawker.com) that People.com got 120 million page views on the day of the royal wedding. . . . Variety says Bugsy helmer Barry Levinson will replace Nick Cassavetes as director of the real-life crime saga, Gotti: Three Generations, starring John Travolta as John Gotti Sr. and Joe Pesci as Gotti deputy Angelo Ruggiero. . . . CBS on Monday announced it had signed Judge Judy star Judy Sheindlin to a new multiyear contract. The syndicated show last season ranked No. 1 in daytime. . . . Oscar-winning The Fighter star Melissa Leo is writing a memoir, says USA Today. "Melissa has a moving and gutsy story to tell, with a very happy ending," says Priscilla Painton of Simon & Schuster, which will release the tome in 2013. . . . Filmmaker Justin Lin, whose Vin Diesel and The Rock-led Fast & Furious sequel, Fast Five, dominated the box office this weekend, tells USA Today he's making a sixth film in the franchise. . . . Speaking of sequels, Will Ferrell, 43, tells Entertainment Weekly he still hopes to make a sequel to his news-media classic Anchorman. . . . The Black Eyed Peas will give a free concert in New York City's Central Park on June 9. It's part of the band's effort to raise funds and awareness for the Robin Hood Foundation, a charity targeting poverty in New York.

This article contains information from Inquirer wire services and websites. Contact "SideShow" at sideshow@phillynews.com.