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Gwyneth Paltrow, Lena Dunham, Chris Pratt and Others Read Mean Tweets

Gwyneth Paltrow, Lena Dunham, Chris Pratt and Others Read Mean Tweets

Jimmy Kimmel is back with episode eight of the hilarious Celebrities Read Mean Tweets, with appearances this time from Gwyneth Paltrow, Lena Dunham, Gerard Butler, Britney Spears, Chris Pratt, Lisa Kudrow and others reading out nasty things that “fans” have said about them on Twitter.

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Jimmy Kimmel Live Airs Hilarious NBA Edition Of “Mean Tweets” [VIDEO]

Have you ever seen Jimmy Kimmel Live’s hilarious “Mean Tweets” segment?

In honor of last night’s NBA Finals Game 2, the comedian and late-night talk show host assembled a special basketball edition, in which NBA pros read disparaging tweets about themselves. Watch it, below.

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Celebrities Reading Mean Tweets From Twitter Trolls

If you want to be mean to someone anonymously, there are lots of ways to do this online, but few provide assurances that your target will actually see what you’ve said about them. So you risk wasting that nasty little witticism . . . unless the person is on Twitter, that is.

One can be fairly certain an @mention will be seen on Twitter – and appropriately sting (just like a passive-agressive blog comment)!

And yes, even when you’re tweeting to celebrities, they see them. Well, THESE celebrities do, at least.

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Josh Groban Releases “New Album”: The Best Tweets of Kanye West

Poor Kanye. He doesn’t seem to ever get a break in the Twitterverse. This time, Jimmy Kimmel has enlisted the help of Josh Groban to poke fun at the besieged Twitter celeb, by showing a commercial for Groban’s new album, The Best Tweets of Kanye West.
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