Gwyneth Paltrow, Britney Spears and Gerard Butler are some of the latest stars to confront the insults directed at them on Twitter on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
The regular comedy sketch sees A-list stars shame internet trolls by reading out abusive tweets that have been sent about them, and in some cases hit back, in the eighth edition of Jim Kimmel's Mean Tweets.
Gwyneth pretends to cry after reading: "Gwyneth Paltrow you ugly a** big bird looking b***, shut the f*** up."
Britney giggles as she reads: "I feel like Britney Spears is stalking me on the radio. Quit forcing your suckage on me you tired hag!"
Chloe Grace Moretz, 17, manages to keep a poker face as she reads out: "Chloe Moretz or whatever her stupid name is looks like my a**hole seriously she is not decent looking whatsoever.
The blonde actress retorts: "You must have a really bleached a**hole!"
Action star Gerard Butler cracks up reading: "Does Gerard Butler have a massive student loan or something? Is that why he does all these s*** films?"
The Scottish actor shrugs: "No, I don't have a student loan I just do all these s*** films."
And Lisa Kudrow is heartily tickled by her tweet: "I hope you all have a great weekend. Except you, Lisa Kudrow, F*** you."
And Adam Sandler pretends to be furious after reading: "If an alien landed here and demanded a famous person to eat, I'd drive straight to Adam Sandler's house with a net."
Other celebrity contributors to the latest edition of Mean Tweets - which has already has over 13 million views on YouTube - include Lena Dunham, Ty Burrell, Chris Pratt and John Stamos.
Previous stars to take part include Bill Murray, George Clooney, Tom Hanks, Cate Blanchett, Matt Damon, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jennifer Garner.