Gwyneth Paltrow has revealed her least favourite movie role ever, and it's quite a surprise.
The 47-year-old actress has listed the hit comedy 'Shallow Hal' as bottom of the barrel when it comes to her career.
In the movie, Chris Martin's ex-wife played obese woman Rosemary who is seen as a more slimmer version of herself by Black's character Hal Larson after he is hypnotized.
The Oscar-winning actress and Goop lifestyle brand founder referred to her role as Rosemary in the Farrelly brothers 2001 comedy as "a disaster."
Despite the popularity of the blockbuster, Gweny has admitted that she wasn't a fan of her own acting in the flick.
The star revealed her dilemma in a video for Netflix where she quizzed her assistant and BFF, Kevin Keating about how well he knows her.
Gwyneth also went on to reveal that she found it 'disturbing' how she was treated when she was a couple of pounds heavier.
After asking Kevin what her 'least favorite performance' was, he replied: "I would say it would be Shallow Hallow."
He replied: "I'm not sure who told you to do that one, but it wasn't me.
"I wasn't there working for you. Not around for that.'
The blonde bombshell then started laughing, and described her role as a 'disaster'.
"That was before your time. See what happened? Disaster."
For the rather unusual role, Gwyneth was forced to wear a fat suit to portray her character, Rosemary.
The star admitted that she regularly felt 'humiliated' when she seen out in public in the suit while filming, and added that passers by would avoid eye-contact with her due to her size.
She explained: "The first day I tried the fat suit on, I was in the Tribeca Grand and I walked through the lobby.
"It was so sad; it was so disturbing. No one would make eye contact with me because I was obese.
"For some reason, the … clothes they make for women that are overweight are horrible.
"I felt humiliated because people were really dismissive."
The star's honest admission comes after her new Netflix series was slammed by the NHS.
The series poses a "considerable health risk" to the public, NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens admitted.
The Goop Lab, filmed at the headquarters of the actress's wellness brand, Goop, explores the effectiveness of alternative therapies for physical and mental illnesses.
Netflix says the series is "designed to entertain, not provide medical advice".
Mr Stevens accused it of spreading "misinformation".
A spokeswoman for Goop said it was "transparent when we cover emerging topics that may be unsupported by science or may be in early stages of review".
The controversial health and wellness series debuted on the streaming platform on Friday 24 January.
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