Natasha Leggero ended 2013 in controversial fashion.
But she's starting 2014 by standing up both for herself and stand-up comedians everywhere.
On New Year's Eve, the former Last Comic Standing judge joked about a SpaghettiO's Tweet from December that read: "Take a moment to remember #PearlHarbor with us."
Quipped Leggero to Carson Daly: "It sucks that the only survivors of Pearl Harbor are being mocked by the only food they can still chew."
From there, as you might expect, the Twitter backlash grew swiftly and furiously.
One user referring to Leggero as a "vile human being."
However, Leggero refuses to back down. She took to Tumblr in response to the criticism and wrote the following:
I'm not sorry. I don’t think the amazing courage of American veterans and specifically those who survived Pearl Harbor is in any way diminished by a comedian making a joke about dentures on television. Do we really believe that the people who fought and defended our freedom against Nazis and the Axis powers will find a joke about Spaghetti O's too much to bear?
Sorry, I have more respect for Veterans than to think their honor can be impugned by a glamorous, charming comedian in a fur hat.
With comedians and humor outlets often apologizing of late for scandalous remarks - from The Onion backtracking from its Quvenzhane Wallis joke to Tracy Morgan making amends for a homophobic rant - many in the business applauded Leggero for her stance.
Tweeted Amy Schumer: "I loved @natashaleggero 's Joke on New Years Eve. #itwasajoke #sheisacomic #selectiveoutrage."
Seth Rogen, meanwhile, added: "#FF @natashaleggero because she's funny as fuck."