Celebrities read mean tweets about Jimmy Kimmel earlier this week to celebrate his 50th birthday. An outtakes video from the special episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live shows Larry David trying to keep from laughing, but hilariously failing, as he read some pretty mean tweets about the late night host.
Search Results for: celebrities mean tweets
Jimmy Kimmel Live featured a group of celebrities reading mean-spirited tweets about themselves in the fourth edition of this popular show segment. Insulted celebs this round include Jessica Alba, Zach Braff, Kelly Ripa, Andy Samberg, Elisabeth Moss, and more. Haters gonna hate. Parts 1, 2, 3.
Recently on Jimmy Kimmel Live, a group of celebrities read mean-spirited tweets about themselves. Insulted celebs this round include Selena Gomez, Dr. Phil, David Arquette, Tom Arnold, Anderson Cooper, Bryan Cranston and more.
Back in March, on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show, a group of celebrities read mean-spirited tweets about themselves. Now the show has asked more celebrities to do the same thing, including Zooey Deschanel, Larry King, Katy Perry and more.
In honor of Twitter’s sixth anniversary, the Jimmy Kimmel Live show had several celebrities read mean-spirited tweets about themselves.
On a episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, special guest President Barack Obama sat down and read a series of mean tweets about himself that others have written. In the past, host Jimmy Kimmel has had many celebrities, athletes, and musicians do the same thing.
During a recent episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, musical artists read mean tweets about themselves in part two of the ongoing series “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets“. Twitter users share their rude thoughts on musicians Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Sam Smith, and many others. Numerous other artists were bashed into the ground during part…
And so it was Saturday and Bill Murray may not make it and Eddie Murphy may not do Jeopardy and who was in charge of Update? — Norm Macdonald (@normmacdonald) February 19, 2015 Norm MacDonald turned to Twitter recently to recount his work on the Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special. MacDonald wrote the Celebrity Jeopardy! sketch…