In the streets, celebrities have bodyguards to protect them, but even the biggest muscles can't keep you safe on the internet. Jimmy Kimmel's Mean Tweets are back (previously here and here), equipped with loads of obnoxious and weirdly specific insults.


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This time, Pink, Adam Levine, and other brave musicians agreed to read some of the ugliest and stupidest insults random strangers threw at them online. Probably every artist can benefit from constructive criticism, but nobody deserves dissbombs with as many megatons of hate as these have. Scroll down to check out how hard celebrities are targeted each day and upvote your (least) favorite entries!

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Gibberint Dark 5 months ago

Oh I don't know, Shirley Bassey's version of 'Let's Get The Party Started' was outstanding...!

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Kristin Connon 5 months ago

I love that they can laugh at themselves

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UniversalMel 5 months ago

I love Fall Out Boy.....

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Bianca Allen 5 months ago

I love his facial expression XD

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Elizabeth Lord Cary 5 months ago

I bet a 12 year old wrote this one, would love to know how that person will look when they are 60+. I think Alice is doing really good

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ALIYAH ALLEN 5 months ago

ha! he thought people forgot

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Hans 5 months ago

Looks rather stiff to me.

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Just Carmen 5 months ago

I loved her laugh!

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Caitlyn McCracken 5 months ago

lol I love this generation who wants racial profiling to end but 'whiteness' is always used as some sort of insult.

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