Other musical targets include Jason Mraz, Dua Lipa, Schoolboy Q, Gwen Stefani, Jason Derulo, Elvis Costello, The Strokes and more!
In honor of the "American Music Awards," Jimmy Kimmel's latest edition of "Mean Tweets" took aim at the world of popular music.
It must have truly been an honor for luminaries such as Miley Cyrus, P!nk, Elvis Costello, Jason Derulo, Gwen Stefani, G-Eazy, Luke Bryan, Dua Lipa and Halsey, among others, to sink their teeth into the venomous viper pit that is the Internet.
Their reactions ranged from Miley Cyrus simply flipping off the camera to P!nk smiling and saying "thank you" with crossed eyes after being told she "is aging pretty well for a pig."
Schoolboy Q laughed and agreed with whoever wrote that he was "uglier than a motherf--ker," while Halsey could only laugh at the very visual description of her singing voices.
Some of the artists, like Jason Derulo, Dua Lipa, The Strokes, Luke Bryan and Elvis Costello, were hit with insults so crude and awful, we're not even comfortable sharing them here.
Some of the others at least got some creativity with their burns, like Luke Combs being told he "looks like the guy who changes your oil at Jiffy Lube" and Jason Mraz being described as "the unofficial soundtrack for s--t BBQs."
But nobody got hit quite as hard as the one-two punch of Korn and Nickelback, who have somewhat unfairly become the punchline for so many music-related jokes. First, someone wrote of Korn, "F--k those guys more than Nickelback," which hit the group pretty hard.
Then, Nickelback got to read someone's nuanced critique, "I would rather stab myself in the taint than hear another Nickelback song." After a beat, Chad Kroeger shot back, "That's funny. That's how we make Nickelback songs."
Check out all the sick burns, and hilarious reactions, in the latest edition of "Mean Tweets" above.
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