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Celebrities reading mean tweets about themselves

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Ah you mean mean people. Thanks to Twitter, we've all been given an easier, quicker route to slag off celebrities, knowing that they might actually read what we have to say.

US chat show host Jimmy Kimmel has managed to get his impressive roster of celebrities to read out some of the mean tweets they've had to endure in a recurring feature, called Mean Tweets.

The two previous instalments were damn amusing and a third has just dropped, featuring Simon Cowell and Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston.

You can also see the other two directly underneath.

(Image: YouTube)

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