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Watch the latest hilarious edition of celebrities reading mean tweets about themselves

Updated 4 years ago
Published Feb 17th, 2016 11:24AM EST
Celebrities Read Mean Tweets

Twitter might have a serious growth problem on its hands but there’s one thing that will never be in short supply on Twitter: trolls. Imagine the comments section of a technology blog or a politics blog and multiply it by about a million, and only then will you begin to approach the level of trollishness you can find in the deep dark basement that is Twitter.

Of course, it can also be pretty hilarious.

Late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has a fantastically funny recurring segment where he has celebrities read mean tweets about themselves in front of the camera. It’s amazing, and a new installment in this ongoing series was posted recently.

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This latest edition of Kimmel’s celebrities reading mean tweets segment focuses on musicians, and it includes a number of big names. Ed Sheeran, Blake Shelton, Demi Lovato, Drake, Wiz Khalifa and Meghan Trainor all make appearances, as do Mumford & Sons and Little Big Town. Even Ricky Martin stops by in this 3-minute clip.

Here are just a few of the highlights from Kimmel’s latest installment:

And our personal favorite:

Do yourself a favor and watch this quick segment — we guarantee you’ll laugh at least a couple of times. The full video is embedded below and if you enjoy it, here’s an even funnier mean tweets segment for you to check out.

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