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Musicians Read Mean Tweets About Themselves on Jimmy Kimmel Live [VIDEO]

People never seem to be shy about letting celebrities know how they really feel. But only over twitter of course. But what happens when those celebrities take the time to read those texts? Turns out if actually pretty funny.

Jimmy Kimmel does a segment on his night show where he has celebrities read the mean things people tweet about them. This time, it was all musicians. & it was hilarious. Don’t get me wrong, some of the things these people tweeted, we were all thinking. But to hear them read the tweets back themselves and then react is so funny.

 

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