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Watch Benedict Cumberbatch, George Clooney, more read 'Mean Tweets' on 'Kimmel'

 

MANILA, Philippines – The price of fame for Hollywood's A-list celebrities? They may have tons of fans, but they also have tons of haters. And in Jimmy Kimmel's popular "Mean Tweets" segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live, celebrities come face to face with some of the meanest (and funniest) tweets about themselves, and the latest batch of stars had to read them in front of a live audience, too. (WATCH: NBA stars read 'Mean Tweets' on 'Kimmel')

Following "Mean Tweets Week," where different stars appeared briefly to read the tweets in front of a live audience, the show has released a video compiling all the celebrity appearances. (WATCH: Katy Perry, Ed Sheeran, more read mean tweets about themselves)

This batch includes major stars like Jeff Bridges, Kristen Bell, Benedict Cumberbatch, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Bette Midler, Liam Neeson, Emily Blunt, Salma Hayek, Andrew Garfield, Jack Black, Halle Berry, Tobey Maguire, Naomi Watts, and George Clooney, as listen in the video description. (WATCH: Obama reads 'Mean Tweets' about himself on 'Kimmel')

But the best comeback arguably belongs to Benedict Cumberbatch, who said in response to a mean comment about liking his looks: 

"Well someone did, and she put a ring on it!" 

Benedict recently wed theater director Sophie Hunter, and the two welcomed a baby boy earlier this year. 

Which was your favorite "Mean Tweet" and celebrity reaction? Let us know in the comments below. – Rappler.com