You have just won the biggest music award of the year and someone just insults you and deflates your best night ever by some faceless Twitter user, whom you cannot see or even defend yourself to. If you can imagine this, chances are that you are either Ed Sheeran or Meghan Trainor.

Yesterday, Ed Sheeran won the Grammy for his song “Thinking Out Loud” as the Song of the Year. Sometime later, he was seen reading a mean tweet on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” The mean tweeter did not hold back in expressing how he cannot stand Sheeran. “Like why TF are you happy on your records? You’re a f**kin ginger for ******’s sake. Be sad,” said the rant against the singer. Sheeran’s face gave a much more eloquent reaction to the internet diss, reveals Elle.

In addition to Sheeran and Trainor, Ricky Martin, James Taylor, Little Big Town, Common, Kelly Clarkson, Charlie Wilson, Blake Shelton, Wiz Khalifa, Josh Groban, Demi Lovato, The Killers, Drake, One Direction, Lionel Richie, Rita Ora and Mumford & Sons too had their share of faceless internet criticism.

Everyone reacted in their own way, but here are our favourite seven celeb reactions:

Meghan Trainor, who won the Best New Artist award at the Grammy’s was told by a Twitter critic that she got her music career just randomly. “Meghan Trainor is like if the sassy girl you used to work with at Express just randomly had a singing career.” Her face just went “that hurts.”

Little Big Town just laughed of their mean tweet. “Honestly, Little Big Town id rather listen to a turd hitting the toilet than ur new songs.” However, Karen Fairchild and Kimberly Schlapman couldn’t hide their disbelief. “Saaad,” was what Schlapman said.

Charlie Wilson gave a “Whaaat?” face for he just could not react to the “Charlie Wilson reminds me of that old creepy uncle you weren’t allowed to be alone with growing up o_O” tweet.  Also, Wiz Khalifa was out of words and totally baffled over the “I imagine Wiz Khalifa smells like Biz Markie’s toilet brush” tweet.

Demi Lovato just resorted to counting the “a’s” in the word heart attack. She said it had nine.

How would you react if someone called you a ferret with a baby afro? That’s right, Drake wasn’t amused either.

Mumford & Sons braved their Twitter insult and went in for laughter. According to CinemaBlend, however, their tweet was set-up really cleverly so that the joke was in the final portion of the tweet. Instead of making a sad face, the guys appreciated the joke.