Some things are better left unsaid.
Thanks to Twitter, though, people say whatever they want, whenever they want. Many have tweeted cruel things about celebrities, assuming their tweets will never reach the people they're writing about—and that's where Jimmy Kimmel Live! comes into play. Jimmy Kimmel put a spin on his popular "Mean Tweets" segment by making it a week-long bit. Rather than compile a highlight reel, he invited a few guests a night to do a live reading for his studio audience. Monday's celebrity participants included Jeff Bridges, Kristen Bell and Benedict Cumberbatch, while Tuesday's celebrity participants included Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Bette Midler and Liam Neeson. For Wednesday's show, Kimmel added four more to the mix.
Emily Blunt was the first to emerge from behind the curtain to read a rude tweet from @Jonlgnanz: "Emily blunt's eyes make up for that horrendous sound that comes out of her mouth #britishacccent."
Mexican-American actress and producer Salma Hayek appeared second and read a nasty note from @loladice2: "I hate salma hayek movies.. Her voice annoys me and they never show us her boobs. Meh."
Andrew Garfield guffawed at @raihaan's tweet: "Is Andrew Garfield trying to do his utter best to look like a pedophile that lives in an RV." (For the record, the actor grew his hair out for his role in Silence, in which he plays one of two 17th century Jesuit priests who travel to Japan to find their mentor. Earlier this month, Garfield admitted to E! News he was "very excited" to cut it off and look like himself again.)
The fourth and final "Mean Tweets" participant was Jack Black, who read @tadl0ck's mean message: "Is Jack Black married cause that's f--kin gross." The actor shrugged and joked that he planned to retweet it.
Jimmy Kimmel Live! airs weeknights at 11:35 on ABC.