Gal Gadot is no stranger to controversy - but her latest move may be her most problematic yet...

Now this isn't the first time Gal Gadot has been in hot water.

Remember what happened back at the beginning of the pandemic?

Gal came up with a "creative" way to boost morale online.

The actress called on an impressive slate of celebrity friends to get involved.

She called on her A-lister pals to sing a rendition of John Lennon's "Imagine."

Why? To show people that we are "all in this together."

And boy, was it cringey.

The 3-minute video was shared on Gal's Instagram page.

via: Instagram / Gal Gadot

And featured a ton of famous faces including the likes of Natalie Portman, Mark Ruffalo, Sia, Cara Delevingne, and Will Ferrell, who all took turns in singing the song.

Gal starts the video off by saying this:

via: Instagram / Gal Gadot

"Hey guys! Day 6 in self-quarantine and I've got to say these past few days have got me feeling a bit philosophical. "You know this virus... it has affected the entire world. Everyone. It doesn't matter who you are, or where you're from, we're all in this together."

Another of Gal's famous controversies?

When she was cast to play Cleopatra.

Many were concerned about the whitewashing of the Egyptian queen.

Even calling for a recasting of the role.

But now Gal is in hot water once more - and this time, fans are calling to cancel the star for good.

Here's the statement that got everybody talking ...

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