The Internet can be a rough-and-tumble place. Between the lack of face-to-face contact and the invention of the anonymous comment, people can reach impressive heights in the rudeness department -- especially if you're a celebrity.
But Jimmy Kimmel has found a way to help celebs cope with the madness. He invites his guests to come backstage and read the offensive tweets that are aimed at them as a kind of healing exercise.
He first tried it back in March with some pretty wonderful results, and on Tuesday night's "Live!" he unveiled round two, with guests like Justin Bieber, Zooey Deschanel and Katy Perry.
So the next time someone says something rude to you online, try taking a page out of these guys' books. Except Danny McBride's. Ignore his page.
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