Watch Adam Levine, Fall Out Boy, Green Day Read Mean Tweets on 'Kimmel'

Alice Cooper, TLC, Usher, Common, the Lumineers also read Twitter digs in hilarious segment

Adam Levine, Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Nick Jonas and other musicians poked fun at themselves in Jimmy Kimmel's latest music edition of 'Mean Tweets.'

Adam Levine, Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Nick Jonas and other musicians poked fun at themselves in the latest installment of Jimmy Kimmel Live's "Mean Tweets."

Many Twitter users cracked jokes about the celebrities' looks. "Nick Jonas was cute back when he was in the Jonas Brothers, and now he looks like a ferret," the pop singer read. "Watching Alice Cooper and all I can think is that he looks like a ball sack with face paint on!" noted the hard rock icon. "Adam Levine is if a flaccid penis could kinda sing [sic]," the Maroon 5 vocalist deadpanned, responding, "Whoa, this is riddled with mistakes."

Others took cheap shots at the artists' musical talents. "The Lumineers are the musical equivalent to a triple venti half-sweet iced caramel macchiato," read the indie-folk act. "Common is the Pottery Barn of rappers," said the hip-hop star, firing back, "What the fuck you know about rap?" The harshest tweet came last: "I left more talent in my toilet this morning than Green Day has ever had," the band read. "Green Day sucks dick."

Other participating artists included Usher, Pink, Blink-182, Steve Aoki, TLC, Zendaya, Niall Horan, Meghan Trainor and Depeche Mode. 

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