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WATCH: Gal Gadot, Jennifer Aniston, Jim Parsons get roasted in latest ‘Mean Tweets’

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WATCH: Gal Gadot, Jennifer Aniston, Jim Parsons get roasted in latest ‘Mean Tweets’

By: - Content Strategist / @KIbarrolaINQ
/ 07:15 PM September 26, 2017

Jimmy Kimmel’s propensity for scouring the internet for the harshest comments on celebrities continues, as the popular “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets” chastised a new group of Hollywood actors.

The 11th instalment showed the likes of Gal Gadot, Jennifer Lawrence, John Lithgow, Emma Watson, Dave Chapelle, Jeffrey Tambor, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Kristen Bell and Kumail Nanjiani, as they read aloud some of the lewdest things that Twitter users wrote about them.

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Even “Wonder Woman” herself didn’t get spared from the insults, as one user quipped her lack of chest-area assets.

Two users, meanwhile, explained why Bell and Watson were “unbearable” friends, while another one noted that Jake Gyllenhaal had a “punchable face.”

But perhaps the greatest zing was reserved for the “Big Bang Theory” star Jim Parsons, who couldn’t help but be shocked of what he read.

“Jim Parsons looks like a ventriloquist dummy that came to life to become a sex offender,” one Twitter user wrote.

But not everyone were left beaten by the trolls, as comedienne Kumail Nanjiani managed a witty comeback with a classic “Your Momma” joke.  Check out the full video above. /ra

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