Burn!

Jimmy Kimmel Live's fan-favorite "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets: Music Edition" is back—and the tweets are scalding. For its sixth installment, superstars like Lizzo, Cardi B, Billie Eilish and more unearthed some of the internet's meanest tweets about them. The hilarious video debuted on Wednesday and these stars are definitely going to be needing some ice for these zingers.

Billie kicked things off, reading, "Billie Eilish dresses like she got her clothes stolen at the gym so they gave her what they had in the lost 'n found bin."

And tweets only got worse from there, especially when it came to the one that was aimed at Green Day's drummer Tré Cool. "Why does Tré Cool from Green Day look like the emo version of Ted Cruz?" he read into the camera, which was met by a roar of laughter from his bandmates. Lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong was quick to note that bass guitarist Mike Dirnt also has a political doppelgänger: "Well, Mike looks like [Vladimir] Putin!"

Next up was Lizzo, who received an equally sour message. "Lizzo," the tweet began. "Bus passes and happy meals. Two things that I imagine #Lizzo has seen a lot of." Thankfully, the "Good As Hell" singer knows how to shake off the haters.

Speaking to the camera, she put her troll in their place. "Yeah, I'm a big bitch and I ride a bus," she clapped back. "A tour bus, motherf--ker. Where's yours?!"

The last mean tweet went to none other than Cardi B, and she did not hold anything back. "I just watched a muted performance of Cardi B and that bitch just looks loud without any sound on," she read. "Like no thank you."

Puzzled, the "Money" rapper looked into the camera, asking, "How I look loud? I'm loud? I don't even think I'm, like, loud." Then, came the real clap back. "Suck my ass."

Watch these stars epically confront their internet trolls in the full video above!

(This story was originally published on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019 at 8:58 a.m. PST)

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