Pink, Gwen Stefani, Miley Cyrus and More Have Great Responses to Reading Mean Tweets

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As some of the biggest stars in music took to the 2018 American Music Awards stage on Tuesday night, several other top musicians enjoyed a different televised experience -- reading aloud mean tweets about themselves on Jimmy Kimmel Live. 

Several took the tweets to heart, including Gwen Stefani who recited, "Gwen Stefani really is the worst thing to ever happen. Period. Full stop. #UghBarf." The 49-year-old rocker responded, “Owie.”

Miley Cyrus also wasn’t impressed by the declaration, "Miley Cyrus is a smelly pirate hooker." The message prompted the 25-year-old singer to flip off the camera. 

Still other stars seemed to have plenty of fun with the rude tweets. 

Country singer Luke Bryan couldn't help but laugh after reading, "People say I should be more positive. OK. I’m positive that Luke Bryan is a horse-toothed, d**kless, air-humping doofus." 

Pink also couldn’t stop herself from giggling when she read, "P!nk is ageing pretty well for a pig.” She threw her head back with laughter before crossing her eyes and saying, “Thank you!”

Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger read aloud, "I would rather stab myself in the t**nt than hear another Nickelback song." The rocker responded, "That’s funny, that’s how we make Nickelback songs.”

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