Following the acclaimed singer's death from alcohol poisoning in July 2011, Harris and his husband, David Burtka, threw a Halloween party that went viral for all the wrong reasons.
As seen in a recently resurfaced photo from the festivities, the party featured a meat platter that had been gruesomely decorated and designed to look like a decaying corpse -- including a beehive hairdo, which Winehouse was famous for.
The platter also featured a small sign that specifically described it as "The Corpse of Amy Winehouse," and described the platter as including "Beef ribs, pulled pork, chicken sausage in a spicy BBQ sauce."
Harris addressed the platter and the controversy in an apology to Entertainment Weekly on Monday, sharing, "A photo recently resurfaced from a Halloween-themed party my husband and I hosted 11 years ago. It was regrettable then, and it remains regrettable now. Amy Winehouse was a once-in-a-generation talent, and I'm sorry for any hurt this image caused."
Buzzfeed reported on the photo, which was first posted to Twitter by Jesse Tyler Ferguson's now-husband, Justin Mikita, who was a guest at the party. Mitka quickly deleted the post, but not before it was seen and screen-grabbed by other Twitter users.
Harris faced heat at the time, but the controversy soon died down with the actor addressing the joke, until now.