Nicole Sands and Alexia Fernandez
November 09, 2017 12:55 AM

Country music’s biggest stars are in the hot seat.

Jimmy Kimmel Live aired an all-new “mean tweets” segment on Wednesday night just in time for the 51st Annual CMA Awards.

Blake Shelton, Zac Brown Band, Jana Kramer and Chris Stapleton were just a handful of stars who sat down to read negative comments about themselves on social media.

Rather than let the trolls ruin their day, however, the singers giggled at the negative feedback.

“The Zac Brown Band is on three radio stations at the same time…as you can imagine this is the worst day of my life. #H8Them,” wrote one Twitter user about the band.

“When Cassadee pope goes to the bathroom her name is Cassadee poop,” the singer, 28, read aloud, before making a sad face.

Luke Combs received feedback about his bushy beard, reading, “If you grow a beard like Luke Combs, don’t grow a beard,” before responding, “Thank you, man. I really appreciate that. I’ll take some vitamins for you.”

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Trace Adkins also joined the ring of fire, reading, “If we just all concede that Trace Adkins is an assh—, can we move on?”

He replied in a monotone voice, “I have.”

Several others such as the duo of Dan + Shay, Jana Kramer, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Chris Young and Little Big Town all read mean tweets, some finding them more funny than others.

Stapleton read, “Chris Stapleton proves that ugly people can still win awards,” before laughing.

Jimmy Kimmel Live airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

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