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Julia Gagnon from Maine has a hilarious response to the hate on American Idols

THE. GIRL. IS. QUEEN. STATUS.

No capital letters in my text can truly capture how badass this lady's reaction is to a world full of online keyboard warriors. You and I both know how hurtful the internet can be, and usually the only people who engage in online bullying are the same people who could never do half of what the person they're tearing to shreds in a comment section is doing. could do. I always admire the “public influencers” or celebrities in the public eye who respond to the mean comments on their platforms in a funny way because they are not afraid of it. How Julia Gagnon.

This Cumberland, Maine native was the latest viral sensation after making her way around American idol'S Castings and straight into the Top 8. As a radio personality, I can be the first to tell you this mantra: When you are successful at what you do, you involuntarily open the door to all sorts of opinions. However, it's how you react to her that shows what you're really made of, and Girly Girl has a sense of humor.

On her Instagram, most of the comments are below her American idol The posts are super inspiring, motivating and supportive. However, like everything online, there are a handful of extremely hateful comments that actually only come from insecure and jealous keyboard warriors. But the best thing about it is: Julia made a game out of it. She addresses her as another member of American idol who she apparently became good friends with, Abi Carter. With a sip of water, they read the comments under each other's posts and try not to laugh. FANTASTIC COMEBACK.

Regard:

It's the ultimate form of anti-bullying and we love seeing it. GO, GIRL.

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