'The Bachelorette' co-host Kaitlyn Bristowe says she is 'so sick' of critical viewers

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Kaitlyn Bristowe is not standing internet trolls.

The former "Bachelor" contestant and "Bachelorette" star who currently hosts the 17th season of "The Bachelorette" with Season 16 star Tayshia Adams responded to tweets Thursday from viewers who sent her negative comments on her appearance.

One Twitter user asked the dating show host what was "different" about her look.

Bristowe responded to the tweet detailing many of the changes she's gone through in the six years since she was on the show.

"(I got a) Brow lift, brow micro blading, got my teeth bonded, some filler In my lips, aging, darker hair, and I finally learned how to contour. Oh and I put on some weight," she wrote.

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Another viewer commented on the TV personality's appearance writing: "Bah god @kaitlynbristowe’s face is BUSTED."

"So sick of women commenting on my face," Bristowe wrote.

Other fans stood up for the Bristowe, who recently won Season 29 of "Dancing With the Stars," on social media, one writing: "Don’t forget that you met the love of your life, opened multiple companies, and won DWTS. That joy leaves a mark."

Bristowe agreed to the positive comment and wrote back: "Amen."

The 36-year-old came to host the show after longtime "Bachelor" franchise host Chris Harrison announced he would not be returning to the dating show after coming under fire during the previous season's racist controversy.

New host: Chris Harrison will be replaced by Tayshia Adams, Kaitlyn Bristowe as 'The Bachelorette' host

Harrison defended contestant Rachael Kirkconnell, who apologized for "offensive and racist" actions after photos surfaced of her attending a 2018 plantation-themed party which sparked discussions about racism in the franchise and forced Harrison, 49, to "step aside."

More: 'Bachelorette' co-hosts Tayshia Adams, Kaitlyn Bristowe on 'father figure' Chris Harrison's exit

As Bristowe and Adams stepped up to take over the job, they both said nice things about the former host.

"Personally, he became a friend and father figure – I know he probably doesn't like that because it makes him feel old," Bristowe told USA TODAY.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: 'Bachelorette' Kaitlyn Bristowe responds to negative viewer tweets

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