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Even more celebs read mean tweets about themselves

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One of our favourite Jimmy Kimmel video franchises has returned with another painfully funny chapter of celebrities reading mean tweets about themselves.

This time, we get to see Emma Stone, Matthew McConaughey, Julia Roberts and many others go through variously horrible and sometimes accurate tweets.

David Blaine = spot on.

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