Jimmy Kimmel's 'Mean Tweets' segment is back for a music-themed edition
The occasional segment sees stars read out real, negative messages that Twitter users have posted about them.
Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz read out one tweet that said: “Fall Out Boy is like the Comic Sans MS of music. They’re both overused.”
One Twitter user published the comment: “I left more talent in my toilet this morning than Green Day has ever had.” Drummer Tre Cool responded: “I’m glad that you’re thinking about us while you’re taking dumps. We’re doing something right.” Watch those and more below.
Meanwhile, Green Day released a new greatest hits album, called ‘God’s Favourite Band‘, last year. It featured two new songs, including ‘Back In The USA’ and a new duet version of ‘Ordinary World’ with award-winning country music superstar Miranda Lambert.
The pop-punk icons’ last “Best Of” collection was 2002’s ‘International Superhits’. Since then, they’ve released a further six studio albums, with the latest being 2016’s acclaimed ‘Revolution Radio’.
The band recently shared a provocative video for ‘Back In The USA’, which saw Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool return to 1950s America to discover that all notions of a real American Dream are just a myth.