Barbara Corcoran has apologized for making a joke about "The View" co-host Whoopi Goldberg's size.

The "Shark Tank" star shared an apology video on Thursday after being accused of body-shaming Goldberg.

"I just came back from 'The View' and saw my old friend, Whoopi. As you well know, she has a phenomenal sense of humor and I've known Whoopi for years," the 72-year-old businesswoman said in the video.

"I made a joke at Whoopi's expense, which I now realize wasn't funny. For anyone I may have offended unintentionally, I just want to say I really am very sorry," she added.

However, internet users were not happy as some of them thought the apology didn't seem real.

"Whoopi might be over it … I ain't over it… unkind is unkind, you are in a business where you should know what to say and when say it… too much money makes some folks awful!" one person wrote.

"No, it means..I don't c y anyone's was a fukn joke..lightn up!" another user said.

When Corcoran appeared as a guest on the show Wednesday, Goldberg jokingly asked if she would be able to fit in Good American company's jeans.

"Will they fit this COVID [butt]," she asked her co-hosts Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro. Both the co-hosts assured Goldberg that she would look great in those jeans.

"When you get finished with those jeans and decide you don't like them, give them to me," Corcoran chimed in. "I'm gonna make two pairs!"

Navarro immediately defended Goldberg by making fun of Corcoran's outfit and said, "Whoopi, let me just tell you something. Both Sara Haines and Jill Biden wore that dress already on TV."

One of the fans shared the video clip on Twitter and wrote, "If you come for the Legend Whoopi, Queen Ana is gonna come for YOU!"

"That was really uncalled for. Barbra was rude beyond measure. Whoopi looked hurt/shocked. Ana rocked as ever," one Twitter user wrote. Another user shared a screenshot of Goldberg's expression when the body-shaming comment was made and wrote, "If 'what that b-tch say' was a face."

A fan noted, "It was unnecessary. Whoopi was self-deprecating. They could have let it go at that. Glad Ana was ready with the clapback!"

Goldberg will be next seen in the movie "Fairy Tale Forest," which is directed by Mark Risley.

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Barbara Corcoran attends the 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Sept. 14, 2019 in Los Angeles. JC Olivera/WireImage