Jimmy Kimmel's mean tweets skit, featuring Julia Roberts, Andy Garcia, Matthew McConaughey, and a handful of other celebs, has gone viral once again.
As a result, several of the online trolls or truthsters — depending on your take — have since surfaced to either stand by their remarks, apologize, or bask in a glimmer of shared fleeting fame that quickly dimmed.
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The skit is nothing new — in fact, this week's clip is the seventh one Kimmel has done — but the celebrities this time around are different. In the skit, Kimmel has stars read aloud Twitter users' mean tweets about them.
Examples from the latest mean tweets skit include:
Soon after Kimmel's mean tweets segment aired, several of the online critics reemerged to acknowledge their work. As compiled by Vulture.com
, the tweets can be broken down into three categories: the fame seekers, the apologizers, and the steadfast haters.
The Fame Seekers
The Steadfast Haters
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