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27 Celebrities Who Called Out Their Critics

“It’s a little desperate for a grown man to badmouth someone he doesn’t know.” -Cara Delevingne

When a celebrity receives criticism, it is often well deserved. However, when they are criticized for trivial things like their weight or clothing, a chic or sassy callback is well deserved.

Here are 27 celebs who had the perfect answer to their unfair reviewers:


When a Twitter troll told Janelle Monáe to “stop being so soulful and sexy,” they replied, “I’m not into male consumption.”

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“Have a seat,” she said to the troll, who replied, “Yes, ma’am.”


On the Oscars red carpet, a Sky interviewer said that Get Out was nominated for Best Picture because it “ticked a lot of boxes in a way,” and Daniel Kaluuya replied, “Those aren’t boxed boxes.”

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“We articulate our truth. We are human,” he told the reporter.


When Harry Styles wore a dress on the cover of Vogue, conservative expert Candace Owens tweeted, “Bring back manly men,” so he posted an Instagram picture of himself eating a banana with her words as a caption.


Lizzo shared a training video on TikTok, reminding people who criticize her weight that she is “training to have my ideal body type”.

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“Health doesn’t just depend on how you look on the outside. Health is what happens inside too, and a lot of you have to fucking cleanse your inside, ”she said.


When podcaster Amanda Richards called her “the fat girl from Bridgerton” and criticized her for wearing a cardigan to the Golden Globes, Nicola Coughlan pointed out that the way she looked was inspired by designer Molly Goddard styled him on the catwalk.


At the SAG Awards, a TNT reporter asked Mayim Bialik how many people think she can do arithmetic like her Big Bang Theory figure, and she replied, “I’ve actually been trained in calculus for several years. I’m a neuroscientist.”

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“You may not have known,” she added.


During an interview, Ellen tried to call Dakota Johnson for not inviting her to her birthday party, but Dakota clarified, “That’s not the truth, Ellen. You were invited.”

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“The last time I was on the show you gave me a bunch of shit for not inviting you, but I didn’t even know you wanted to be invited,” she continued. “I didn’t even know you liked me.”


When a casual Twitter user told Gigi Hadid to “walk right instead of having a new boyfriend every two weeks,” she replied, “My walk can get better and better; I hope the bitterness in your heart that comes with it, too. “

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She also pointed out that she “dated three boys in three years.”


Taylor Swift wrote “Blank Space” in response to the media calling her a “psycho serial dating girl”.

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“It got pretty out of control there for a couple of years because … every article went like this, ‘Taylor Swift is nearby man … watch out man!'” She joked before putting the song on the Grammy Museum performed.


Piers Morgan was constantly harassing and belittling Jameela Jamil on Twitter and even mocking her health issues, so she just blocked him.

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“He ONLY uses his platform to perpetuate the hateful emotional violence that leads to the breakdown of young, vulnerable people,” she wrote. “I introduce his name to a new young audience when I tweet him, which puts them at risk.”


Gabourey Sidibe jokingly let the folks who hated on her Golden Globes look know that she definitely “cried about it in that private jet on the way to my dream job.”

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Later she said: “Everyone is so wonderful and supports my shadow!”


When some people started boycotting his films for speaking out loudly about his opposition to former President Trump, Samuel L. Jackson said, “If you’ve never seen any other film in my life, I won’t lose any money.”

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“I’ve already cashed the check,” he said to Esquire.


As she pondered the criticism she received for being “too thin,” Emma Stone said, “It bothers me because I care so much about young girls. We shame each other and we shame ourselves, and it sucks . “

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She told USA Today, “When I comment on someone, or gossip about someone, speculating about their body or life or face, it is usually a reflection of something I am feeling.”


While Demi Lovato was struggling with an eating disorder, her previous team made her eat watermelon with non-fat whipped cream instead of birthday cake. After signing up with a new manager, they wrote “Melon Cake”.

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The song says, “There was a time when cat and mouse tried to make me Barbie size, and I did.”


When commentators criticized Dwyane Wade’s 12-year-old child for wearing false nails in a family photo, he replied, “I was chosen to lead my family, not all of you.”


Bebe Rexha called over the designers who refused to dress her for the Grammy Awards because she wasn’t a runway size and said, “If a size 6/8 is too big … then I don’t want to wear your shit dresses . “

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Reviewing the Jonathan Ross Show, she said, “You need to involve everyone, even if you’re thinner. You have to show love to every body type. “


When a Twitter troll called Zendaya “ugly,” she responded with this stunning photo.

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In response, the hater asked her to follow them so they could send her a debut.


When people kept asking Rowan Blanchard if she was depressed about preferring not to smile on her Instagram pics, she replied, “I just don’t think people know how rude and hurtful it can be, just Seeing comments where people say, ‘Are you? depressed?’ when depression is a serious and personal matter that affects many people. “

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She continued, “Funny how people think my Instagram means I’m depressed, but when people who are actually depressed talk about their depression, they take it easy and say they are ‘overreacting’.”


Richard Madden told Style that Cara Delevingne seemed “unprofessional” and “ungrateful” in an interview she did promoting Paper Towns, so she tweeted, “I have no idea who you are, but I do think it’s a little desperate for an adult man to berate someone he doesn’t know. “

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“If you really want attention that bad, try to focus on your own work, not other people’s,” she added.

He later replied that he had “nothing but respect” for her.


When former President Donald Trump walked out of the White House, Greta Thunberg called him “a very happy old man who looks forward to a bright and wonderful future” – a nod to his reaction to her passionate UN speech.

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Trump, who had been banned from Twitter and Instagram until then, could not respond.


Kendall Jenner responded to criticism that she had become a successful model just because of her family name with a Mean Girls-inspired “Burn Book” video.

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She said dazedly, “For me, in [high fashion] and being taken seriously was something that had to be figured out … I had to do some of the best shows to say, ‘Yo, this is what I do and here I am to prove it.’ ”


When a Twitter troll replied to the message that Mindy Kaling was cast as Velma on a Scooby Doo series, with a picture of Michael Scott screaming no, the actor replied, “I wrote the episode of The Office, from which this GIF originates. “

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In addition to writing for The Office, Mindy also played Kelly Kapoor.


Simone Biles wore a sequin goat – representing she’s the greatest of all time – on her gymnastics jersey to “strike back the haters.”

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She said to Marie Claire: “[The haters] joked like, ‘I swear if she puts a goat on her lion, blah, blah, blah.’ That would make her so angry. And then I thought, ‘Oh, that’s actually a good idea. Let’s get the haters to hate it and the fans to love it. ‘ And that’s exactly what we did and why we did it. “


When Star Magazine turned a picture of Sofía Vergara without her wedding ring into a story about her betrayal, she published the cover with the headline “If [the editor] if my ring is removed to create ‘fake news’, he should have made sure he removes all other pictures from that awards show in Rome where I am wearing it from social media.

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“This is my friend, by the way [and] the producer of the film Bent, which I shot in Rome and who stayed at my house a week later for Easter, “she added, to clarify who the” other man “in the pictures was.


When the Daily Beast asked Kristen Stewart what she thought of people judging their acting skills after watching Twilight, she said, “And that’s cool!

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“Honestly, I don’t care. It’s fine. I’m really happy with what I’m doing,” she said.


At a press conference after her win at the US Open, a reporter asked Serena Williams why she wasn’t smiling, and she replied, “To be completely honest, I don’t want to be here.”

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She continued, “I just want to be in bed now and I have to get up early to practice … you guys keep asking me the same questions.”


Finally, at the Hollywood Film Awards, a reporter asked Keira Knightley how she was balancing her career and personal life, and she replied, “Are you going to ask all men that tonight?”

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“I think just like everyone else,” she continued. “You do the work that you love and make sure that you have time for your life and the people who are important to you.”

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