Jimmy Kimmel's Mean Tweets Are Back And They're More Brutal Than Ever | 22 Words

When Jimmy Kimmel aired the first edition of "Mean Tweets," we couldn't help but get hooked. There's just something about watching celebrities fumble over reading criticism from a bunch of nobodies that really tickles the funny bone.

But after sending the segment on a little hiatus, after two years, it's finally back to grace us with its presence. Now, another lot of big-name celebrities are ready to take on wannabe Twitter users in the war of the insults. Keep scrolling to see this season's newest edition of celebrity "Mean Tweets" as well as a list of the most savage ones since 2012.

Let the battle commence.

30. Matthew McConaughey.

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What awesome phrasing.

29. David Blaine.

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I must say, Blaine does have that tired look going on but, hey, he makes it work.

28. Olivia Wilde.

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Her forehead isn't even that big! People will just pick anything these days!

27. Paul Rudd.

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I mean there's nothing wrong with being "vanilla," right?

26. Zac Efron.

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I can confirm that Zac's roles are not limited to just playing douche bags... Troy Bolton, duh!

25. Wanda Sykes.

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Don't even start. There's nothing wrong with Nickelback.

24. Matt Leblanc.

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What happened, I hear you ask? Time, my friends. It catches up with us all.

23. Snooki.

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Right. Let's move on.

22. Bryan Cranston.

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"Mushy in the Middle," doesn't have the same ring to it, so that doesn't count as an insult.

21. Chloe-Grace Moretz.

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"Well, you must have a pretty a**hole." Chloe wins that round.

20. Lisa Kudrow.

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Woah, what can you possibly have against Lisa Kudrow???

19. Rob Lowe.

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Ouch.

18. Emma Watson.

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That sounds like every friendship group in high school...

17. Jake Gyllenhaal.

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I think Jake's got a very lovely face.

16. Jim Parsons.

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Oh. My. God. I'm out.

15. Mark Hamil.

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That's pretty definite. He is Yoda.

14. Jeff Goldblum.

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Ugh, we get it, Goldblum, you're quirky. Whatever.

13. Maisie Williams.

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She's a very pretty grandma! Leave Maisie alone!

12. Will Ferrell.

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HE DOES SCREAM A LOT, DOESN'T HE?

11. Kim Kardashian.

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Um, I think I would rather hear about Kim. Sorry.

10. Jon Hamm.

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It's the #truf (I'm guessing that's the cool way of spelling "truth.")

9. David Spade.

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Right, this one's actually very funny.

8. Zendaya.

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Zendaya's reaction to this comment was amazing. She picked up her red bottom shoes and gave them a little sniff claiming that they "smelled like success."

7. Fred Savage.

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I don't think he looks too much like a creep... Do you?

6. Jake Gyllenhaal (again.)

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It seems as though Twitter users really love abusing Jake Gyllenhaal. First the pug face, now this? Get off his back!

5. Martin Short.

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I've never really thought about it. And I'm glad I never have.

4. Chris Rock.

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"Well if you'd lost all your money during a divorce, you would have been on Grown Ups 2, too!" Yikes.

3. David Harbour.

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I'm sure he's about six-foot tall. Try reaching his face, first.

2. Tiffany Haddish.

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If there's one person on this planet I would never want to mess with, it's Tiffany.

1. Sarah Paulson.

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Those don't sound like "mixed feelings" to me. It sounds like you absolutely detest her.

Watch the latest edition of "Mean Tweets" right here.

And to everyone abusing celebrities online: Stop.