If there’s one thing we can all learn coming from the latest Country Music edition of “Mean Tweets” on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the item’s which country singers seem to have a pretty great sense of humor, even when they’re the ones being made fun of.
In honor of the 2018 CMA Awards, Kimmel had some of the freshest, coolest names in country music sit down for a brand new installment inside the hilariously hurtful segment, in which celebrities read some of the worst things the dregs of the internet have tweeted about them.
While This particular segment frequently features actors, sports stars or pop singers getting somewhat offended by the savage along with totally uncalled for tweets, these country stars found the comedy inside the roasts.
Luke Combs, for example, burst out laughing when he read a tweet which said he “looks like the human manifestation of cornbread.” along with the group Midland could help yet chuckle at a tweet which said they “all look like Sacha Baron Cohen in various disguises.”
One of the best moments came when Jay DeMarcus along with Joe Don Rooney of Rascal Flatts read a tweet comparing them to one of the most famously hated rock groups of the modern age.
“People who say Nickelback is usually the worst band obviously haven’t heard Rascal Flatts,” DeMarcus read aloud, before trying to do a raspy impression of Chad Kroger singing “Photograph”
“the item’s hard to sing which way,” DeMarcus said, coughing.
“the item is usually. which’s why they’re not singing much anymore,” Rooney replied, getting in his own Nickelback burn.
However, no stars went quite so far to embrace the comedy of the meanness like Dan Smyers along with Shay Mooney of Dan + Shay.
“I bet Dan along with Shay touch d**ks,” Mooney read aloud, before both members of the band shrugged.
“Damn right we do,” Smyers said, as they both stood up along with embraced tightly as Mooney stared down the camera.
Check out the hilarious segment to see what vicious tweets were written about country music stars Jake Owen, Kacey Musgraves, Thomas Rhett, Dierks Bentley, Lauren Alaina, Brothers Osborne, Jon Pardi, Cole Swindell, Michael Ray, Scotty McCreery, Ashley McBryde along with Old Dominion.
Watch the video below for a look at one of Kimmel’s previous Country Music editions of “Mean Tweets.”