For Jimmy Kimmel's 50th birthday, the Jimmy Kimmel Live producers planned a special moment for the talk show host. They in turn had various celebrities partake in a revamped version of his famed "Mean Tweets" segment, which even saw Kim Kardashian detail a post from husband Kanye West.

Now, however, we get a look at some outtakes from the reading, centering around legendary writer/actor/comedian Larry David. When it came time for Larry to do his part, he simply could not make it through these tweets directed at Kimmel. He found what people were saying about Jimmy so funny that he burst out into continuous laughter, leaving him unable to calmly recite the posts.

Kimmel then decided to share these hilarious outtakes with his audience, and now, the world. Press play above to check it all out.

For more, see George Clooney, Adam Sandler and Ray Romano, among others, celebrate Jimmy Kimmel's 50th birthday.

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