For the latest edition of his Mean Tweets series, Jimmy Kimmel asked some past and present Oscar winners and nominees to read some of the nasty things people have written about them on social media. We thinkg Jeff Bridges had the best retort.
“You know, this jeans thing, this is years ago. Come on.” The outgoing US President Barack Obama once again reads from a heavily filtered list of mean tweets about him. Jimmy Kimmel Live’s segment has gone soft, but it’s still funny.
Jimmy Kimmel Live! had Steph Curry, Russell Westbrook and several other NBA players and personalities confront a few mean tweets about themselves. Part of us thinks Kimmel’s writers are Twitter users too, but mostly we just feel sorry for DeAndre Jordan.
Jimmy Kimmel Live! broadcasted another batch of musicians reading disses from Twitter, from Lionel Richie to One Direction. We hope next time they wipe their non-existent tears with wads of hundred dollar bills.
(PG-13: Language) Jimmy Kimmel Live! asked country music stars to read the immaculately spelled and poignant musings of the paragons in the Twitter high council. We’re pretty sure it’s impossible to hurt Willie Nelson’s feelings anymore.
For one week, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and a star-studded hit list did a live version of the show’s Mean Tweets segment. But the main reason to watch this video is for us to gawk at the 49-year old Halle Berry.
Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s latest installment of Mean Tweets with NBA players has a lot of corny entries, but the ones that sting hit hard. It’s okay Blake, it’s okay. Also MJ should ask Reggie Miller where the fountain of youth is.
Jimmy Kimmel Live created what is perhaps the only video that appeals to both Obama’s haters and supporters. Watch him read tweets about his appearance, fashion sense and intelligence. Though these tweets weren’t that mean.
(NSFW: Language) The latest batch of Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s Mean Tweets features pop musicians, including Katy Perry and Wiz Khalifa. We’re pretty sure the one who badmouthed Ariana Grande just wanted to be on Mean Tweets.