Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley Read Off Hilarious 'Mean Tweets' on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

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How could anyone dislike Carrie Underwood?

In a new edition of "Mean Tweets" on Wednesday's Jimmy Kimmel Live, country music's biggest stars read off social media messages from their biggest haters.

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Luke Bryan started out the segment, and may have had the worst/funniest zinger of the night. The country crooner read: "Have you ever gotten so drunk that you said a Luke Bryan song actually wasn't that bad?"

Brad Paisley's mean tweet was super crude. "One time someone took a sh**, rubbed it all over a blank disc, put it into a CD player and out came the first Brad Paisley album," he read. Ouch!

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Underwood could barely understand the unkind message directed at her. "Didn't really like da Carrie Underwood concert," the American Idol alum begins to read. "Concert seem do dull it had no excitement brong back da soccer team."

"I have no idea what you said," Underwood quipped after reading the tweet.

Sam Hunt got a compliment wrapped in an insult. "Sam Hunt is the male version of Taylor Swift," he read, "except his songs suck."

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Country music legend, Dwight Yoakam, would disagree with this tweet about Hunt. When speaking with ET, Yoakam compared the country crooner to Ray Charles. Hear his reason, below:

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