Sangita Patel has no room for haters.
On Sunday, the "ET Canada" host took to Instagram to share a video of her responding to a mean comment she received on one of her posts.
The 44-year-old wasted no time calling out the online troll and making light of the situation.
In the clip, the television personality copied the comment at the top of the screen, which read "you have a big nose lol." She filmed herself smiling, measuring her nose with her middle finger, and shrugging off the remark.
In the caption, Patel clapped back at the person who left the comment and explained that her and her father have similar facial features.
"Thanks Sara, my dad and I have the same nose," she wrote to her 153,000 followers. The mother-of-two also added the flag of India emoji and the hashtags "IndianWoman, "LikeWhy" and "Kindness."
In the comments, fans were quick to point out Patel's beauty and express their shock over the remark.
"Thanks for sharing — if meanies go after someone beautiful like you, it validates meanies are meanies," commented a follower.
"You are the most beautiful! And I love your nose!" shared someone else.
"Haha I see what you did there!" added another, referring to her middle finger gesture.
"This is wild! I can't believe people have the audacity to say this kind of stuff!" penned a fan. "But I love this and how you responded!"
Last year, in an interview with Yahoo Canada, Patel opened up about aging, her appearance and the pressure to look a certain way for the media.
The TV host revealed that she came into the industry at an older age and wanted to stay true to herself — no matter what others may think.
"People have given me suggestions about how to look or things to try, but it's not me. I've never done Botox, I've never used a needle. And there's nothing wrong with that stuff, but I have learned to accept that I am going to age and it will be graceful," she said. "These wrinkles that I have are from smiling. These wrinkles are from experiencing life and that's important to me."
Patel added that she takes care of herself and her skin "by drinking lots of water and moisturizing." She also does regular hydro facials.
"I just want people to know that they can age gracefully and it's fine," she concluded.