Imagine the wealthiest people in the world, singing about having no possessions... The irony.
Imagine the wealthiest people in the world, singing about having no possessions... The irony.

Gal Gadot just went from Wonder Woman to blunder woman real fast.

The actor's attempt to cheer up fans with a celebrity-studded cover of John Lenon's 'Imagine' during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic backfired, as people started calling out the rich for singing about no possessions. Ah, the irony.

Joining Gadot were Hollywood superstars Natalie Portman, Mark Ruffalo and Will Ferrell amongst many others, each of whom sang their own verse from the chosen song.

The idea was said to be inspired by impromptu local Italian vocalists who played an instrumental version of the same song in their balcony, during city lockdown.

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"We are in this together, we will get through it together. Let’s imagine together. Sing with us," the star captioned the video.

However, while the intentions behind were presumably well, large criticism rolled in as audiences demanded people of wealth offer monetary support instead of emotional one.

Blatant hypocrisy was called out because how could it not be?

While some thought the idea was uplifting, others were clearly annoyed

"Donate if you really care about the world," people demanded

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