“Jimmy Kimmel Live” aired a brand-new installment of “Mean Tweets” – Music Edition #4 on March 6. The popular late-night segment arguably found social media haters in rare form as a huge lineup of music superstars turned up to read scathing remarks made about them on Twitter. P!NK, Niall Horan, Green Day, Nick Jonas, Meghan Trainor, Alice Cooper and Fall Out Boy were among artists who were roasted by mean tweets shared on the social media platform.
Nick Jonas kicked things off with a chuckle when a user noted how he “used to be cute” when he was with the Jonas Brothers, but now “looks like a ferret.” P!NK laughed at the opinion that she “makes music for obnoxious white bridal parties that drunkenly walk into a Denny’s and ruin everyone’s evening” and countered with the fact that she would have said Waffle House (instead of Denny’s).
Former One Direction member Niall Horan was called “ugly” and one tweeter called attention to American punk rock band Green Day’s perceived lack of talent by noting “I left more talent in my toilet this morning than Green Day has ever had.”
Many of the celebrities featured on “Mean Tweets” remarkably seem to take the hateful comments in stride. Meghan Trainor, who just dropped her new single “No Excuses” after recovering from her second vocal surgery, still managed to smile after jutting out her bottom lip in disappointment at her haters’ cruel words. Adam Levine may be conditioned to being insulted due to his frequent verbal sparring rounds with his fellow "Voice" judge Blake Shelton. The Maroon 5 frontman quickly called out his attacker for the errors they made in their tweet.
You can watch the entire “Mean Tweets” Music Edition #4 segment in the video embedded above.