Gwyneth Paltrow is consciously uncoupling from her role in "Shallow Hal."

The Oscar-winning actress and Goop lifestyle brand founder referred to her role as Rosemary in the Farrelly brothers 2001 comedy as "a disaster." The critique came during a Netflix "Goop Lab" sponsored "BFF Test" with Paltrow's assistant and close friend, Kevin Keating.

When asked to name Paltrow's "least favorite performance," Keating immediately guessed "Shallow Hal" with Paltrow agreeing vigorously, adding "Exactly."

"I’m not sure who told you to do that one. But it wasn’t me. Not around for that," said Keating.

"That was before your time, see what happened," Paltrow responded.

In the controversial comedy, Jack Black plays the superficial Hal, who only falls for physically beautiful women. But after hypnosis, he sees only inner beauty and falls in love with the obese Rosemary. Paltrow played both the physical ideal seen only by Hal, and wore a bodysuit to play the physically larger Rosemary.

Critics of the comedy said it "laughs at fat discrimination" at the time of release, a view which has garnered more support over two decades.

When asked to name Paltrow's favorite role, Keating responded correctly that it was her 2011 Grammys performance singing "Forget You" with Cee Lo Green.

"Who doesn’t like to see a girl get up on the piano with high heels on?" said Keating, as Paltrow agreed. "Like, hello! Done."

To complete his quiz knowledge of Paltrow's life, Keating revealed his boss' most famous phone number in her phone contacts: Beyonce.