Step Off, Trolls! Elizabeth Banks, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Sean Penn and More …

23 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Daniel Radcliffe, Colin Farrell and Liv Tyler get an ego-bashing as they read mean tweets.

Jimmy Kimmel enlisted a new truckload of celebrities, including Matthew Perry, Viola Davis and Sean Penn, to be knocked down a peg or two as they read cruel tweets about themselves.This week’s round-up of actors sharing the best efforts of their trolls included Kurt Russell, who was told his face was made of aged denim (and couldn’t agree more), and Daniel Radcliffe, who was declared “one of God’s most unattractive creations since the aardvark”. In his show’s segment “Celebrities read mean tweets”, Hollywood’s best and brightest settled in to read the rudest – and most expletive laden – messages on social media about themselves. Michael B Jordan’s tweeter was the most creative of the bunch by threatening to slap the “feather duster he calls a moustache” should he ever bump into the actor.

While Kirsten Dunst, Colin Farrell and others were amused by some of the comments, Sarah Paulson took a more hardline stance with her tweeter: “Bite me motherf*****, that’s how I feel about that.” Other actors to take a turn on Kimmel’s Mean Tweets segment include Benedict Cumberbatch, who channelled his inner Beyonce with his response and President Obama (whose chosen tweet was much less NSFW). And American Horror Story’s Sarah Paulson told Twitter user @ThePeter to ‘bite me, motherf***er’ after he wrote that the actress was annoying when she ‘exists’. After being told she’s “annoying when she yells…or cries…or talks…or exists,” the “American Horror Story” actress unleashed a stream of retorts that, for the most part, had to be bleeped out by ABC censors.

You stanky Sean, real time stanker.” How To Get Away With Murder lead Viola Davis received an unusual jibe: “Viola Davis’ boobs look like a butt, and I think she thinks her butt-boobs are an asset: they’re/it’s not.” Liv Tyler burst into laughter when her father – Aerosmith frontman Steve – was unfavourably compared to a pair of testicles in appearance, while Colin Farrell cracked up as he approached the word fart in his tweet.

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