Guess Emily Ratajkowski has not learned the rules of Hollywood: never complain about a gift.
When heading into an Emmy after party at the Sunset Tower in West Hollywood on Sunday evening, the model said the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches Jimmy Kimmel's mother made that were passed around at the awards show were awful, according to the Daily Mail.
The comedian's mum supposedly made 7,000 sandwiches.
The bombshell, who is best known for co-starring with Ben Affleck in Gone Girl, did not mince words.
The 25-year-old told TMZ that they "weren't that good."
When the site caught up with the pretty brunette outside the hotel, she posed with several fans then talked Emmys.
As far as the show, she said they were "good" and she had "fun."
When asked about the Kimmel sandies, Emily said: "You know what? I had one too many bites. I regret it."
She then added: "They weren't that good, actually."
Then perhaps sensing she had made a snafu by complaining about a freebie, the star added: "I appreciated the effort.'"
Kimmel's skit had to do with feeding the skinny celebrities in the crowd.
He turned to his mum on the big screen who was making sammie one after another as she stood next to a pile of bread.
The talk show host then handed out bags filled with sandwiches in what seemed belabored. None of the guests seemed happy with the snack and few ate them.
The gag mirrored Ellen DeGeneres' move where she fed the Oscar audience pizza in 2015. The pizzeria was Big Mama's & Papa and even Brad Pitt took a bite.