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"Celebrities Read Mean Tweets" is so undeniably popular some celebs want to read even meaner tweets.
Paul George, Dwight Howard, Steph Curry, Boogie Cousins, Dikembe Mutombo, and more NBA stars read the worst the internet has to offer.
Dwight Howard has feelings, too.
Best "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets" response ever.
Matt Damon, Bill Murray, John Goodman, George Clooney, Cate Blanchett and some A-list friends get the Mean Tweets treatment.
There's just something about an attractive woman being told by Jimmy Kimmel that someone on the internet thinks she has a penis.
For the fifth installment that ran last night we're treated to so, so many UPROXX favorites.
Jimmy Kimmel had musicians read the nasty stuff being said about them on Twitter in the latest installment of "Mean Tweets."
Believe it or not, there are people out there whose sole purpose in life is to type the most disrespectful remarks in 140 characters or less to celebrities on Twitter.
Last night Jimmy Kimmel did the fourth edition of "Mean Tweets," where celebrities read nasty things people have tweeted about them. It was terrific.
Self-deprecation truly is the carpool lane to the public's heart.
Even though I don't understand the appeal of three-quarters of the celebrities Kimmel has participating, I fully get enjoying them reading tweets about how much they suck. That's just good television.