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Country stars read mean tweets about themselves

Posted at 4:41 PM, Nov 03, 2016

It doesn't matter whether you are Dolly Parton or Hunter Hayes, social media can be a mean place.

The best way to face the haters? Go on Jimmy Kimmel Live's "Mean Tweets" segment of course. 

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As part of the coverage of The 50th Annual CMA Awards in Nashville, a number of country stars took some time to read what the internet had to say about them in just 140 characters. 

Dolly Parton read off a tweet that said, "It's not a hooker convention, it's a Dolly Parton concert".

Parton's response? "I guess I should feel hurt," Parton said. "But I don't, because I patterned by look after a hooker."

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Artists in the segment included Trace Adkins, Bonnie Raitt, Randy Houser, Cassadee Pope, Dan + Shay, Cole Swindell, Jana Kramer, Granger Smith, Miranda Lambert, Florida Georgia Line, Jake Owen, Little Big Town, Brett Eldredge, Hunter Hayes, Maren Morris, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, and Chris Stapleton.