Letterman, Colbert, and More Roast Kimmel with Mean Tweets on His Birthday


But Kim Kardashian read perhaps the most savage of tweets from her husband, Kanye West, who wrote, "JIMMY KIMMEL PUT YOURSELF IN MY SHOES".

To surprise Jimmy Kimmel on his 50th birthday, J.J. Abrams, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and more teamed up to adapt Kimmel's childhood comic book into a fake movie trailer.

"Jimmy Kimmel Live" features a segment where stars read mean tweets about themselves.

Another fan's tweet was read by Kristen Bell, and it urged Jimmy to "get to the gym" because of his 'flabby body'. "Your eyes look like vaginas".

And what better way to celebrate the landmark occasion, than by turning the tables and making his famed mean tweets segment all about the comic himself.

And then there was Letterman, whose only response to his tweet-"Jimmy Kimmel is not amusing". Tracy Morgan referred to one Twitter user as a "crazy sick motherf--er" when they tweeted, "If you replaced Jimmy's nose with a d-k, you'd have a dead ringer for dumbo".

Kimmel and West had engaged in a Twitter fight after the late-night host mocked a rambling interview West gave to the BBC.

Larry David appeared personally entertained by his tweet, cracking up as his read, "This is going to sound fantastic, but I forgot Jimmy Kimmel's name, so I googled "ugly late night talk show host" and I got him top link". "Oh no, that means you would have gotten too much good p-- in your life". Abrams made a trailer for a live-action film of the comic, which featured Affleck, Jennifer Aniston, Shaquille O'Neal, Jon Hamm, Zach Galifinackis, Jason Bateman, Billy Crudup, Ty Burrell, Will Arnett, Wanda Sykes and, of course, Damon as the villain, "Dr. Bolt".