And her appearance at yesterday's Golden Globe's after party was no different.
As tradition goes, InStyle hosts the after party with Warner Bros., where they create an elevator format for guests to film something quirky in.
Many attendees used the opportunity to bring more awareness to the #TimesUp movement, (where everyone was encouraged to wear black in solidarity with people who have been sexually abused).
Although Sarah took part in the movement, people found her little performance in the elevator of poor taste.
"The Movement at the Golden Globes tonight was called Time’s Up," IG user @lgray_wolff wrote. "It’s why everyone was wearing black and wearing pins that say ‘Time’s Up’ on them. The idea is to present solidarity for respect and equality across industry lines to stop sexual harassment and end rape culture... I know she’s only joking, but she has been advocating for this movement, so this video is very ill timed."
Many other people shared that opinion.
Sarah isn't usually one to sit back and let online hate rule her, so we won't be surprised if she takes to her social media to hit back at the criticism. However, she has yet to make any comments.
Read more about the Time's Up movement, here.