Shakespeare in Love has been voted the most undeserving Oscar best film winner of all time.
Paltow starred with Joseph Fiennes in Shakespeare in Love
The romantic comedy, which won seven Oscars in 1999 - including best actress for Gwyneth Paltrow - was voted top Oscar turkey in a poll by MSN Movies.
It was was followed by the 2002 musical Chicago, and the 1997 epic Titanic.
Golden oldie Top Hat was voted the film most deserving of a best picture win, despite it losing out to Mutiny on the Bounty in 1936.
Bjork wore her infamous swan dress at the 73rd Academy Awards
Paltrow was also voted the actress least deserving of her award for Shakespeare in Love, just ahead of Halle Berry's turn in dark romantic drama Monster's Ball.
Berry's over-emotional speech following her 2002 win - during which she referred to herself as the "vessel through which this blessing might flow" - also earned her the worst speech award.
She was followed by James Cameron, who jumped in the air shouting "I'm the King of the World!", following a minute's silence for those who died on the Titanic.
Jack Palance was voted most unworthy of best actor or best supporting actor glory, after picking up the Oscar for his supporting performance in 1991 Western movie City Slickers.
On the red carpet, Bjork's swan dress, which she wore in 2001, was voted the worst Oscar outfit by 29 per cent of people, while Paltrow was also lambasted for her 2002 black gown.
MSN Entertainment Editor Mike Lok said: "We wanted to give the public their chance to participate in the Oscars and it's clear that if viewers had a vote, the results would be entirely different.
"Dreadful dresses and sensationalist speeches really are the talking point after the awards and we're looking forward to another entertaining ceremony this week."