The ninth edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live!'s "Mean Tweets" did not disappoint.

In Wednesday's episode of the ABC late-night program, Jimmy Kimmel recruited the likes of celebrities Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Sean Penn, Liv Tyler, Elizabeth Banks, Daniel Radcliffe, Kirsten Dunst, Jason Schwartzman, Michael B. Jordan, Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Julianna Margulies, Colin Farrell, Jordana Brewster, Kurt Russell, Viola Davis, Matthew Perry, Lake Bell and Sarah Paulson to read some of the rude things people have written about them on Twitter.

"The internet is such a great thing," Louis-Dreyfus said.

The Veep actress then laughed as she read a tweet from @GxxxxxxMartxxxz: "F--king Julia Louis-Dreyfus 50 year old ass still on TV and winning awards and s--t. Bitch, you NEED to retire."

"OK," the 54-year-old Emmy winner responded. "I'll retire."

Thanks to @MartinBeyond, Radcliffe learned that he is "one of God's most unattractive creations since the aardvark." Dunst, meanwhile, learned that her teeth "bother the f--k" out of @YolieTheJew. "They look like a s--tload of tictacs throwing gang signs." Jordan's appearance was also criticized, courtesy of @wearethetre, who wrote, "I swear on Crip, if I see Michael B Jordan Imma slap that mini feather duster he calls a mustache off his lip bruh." Meanwhile, @Brock_toon said Russell's face "is made of aged denim." He replied, "I couldn't agree more." Not everyone laughed at being dissed, however. Perry was stonefaced after reading a tweet from @willfernch: "I have Matthew Perry syndrome – I'm a sarcastic loser with a giant head."

Some stars, like Farrell, couldn't read a mean tweet without laughing.

Perhaps the best response came from American Horror Story: Hotel's Paulson, in response to @ThePeter for that she "is annoying when she yells...or cries...or talks...or exists." The actress replied, "Bite me, motherf--ker. That's how I feel about that. Bite me in the f--king a--hole."

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