‘Fiji Water girl’ - a Canadian model - steals Golden Globes red carpet spotlight

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After becoming the first great meme of the 2019 Golden Globes, the water girl created a Twitter account and revealed her true identity.

The 2019 Golden Globes red carpet may have been the place to showcase eye-popping fashion and arm candy, but it was the "Fiji Water Girl" who really stole the show. Specifically, as it was reported by CNET.com, Cuthbert quickly made a name for herself on the Internet for photobombing several celebrity photos during the evening.

'Not the worst way to spend a Sunday, ' she wrote, with a photo of herself on the red carpet.

Some netizens urged Fiji Water to make the model its new spokesperson, while others suggested the company seize the opportunity to create an ad campaign around this incident.

However, despite apparently moving away from the Fiji Water Girl, Kelleth still ended up in the background from some angles - and Jamie isn't having it.

Kelleth wasn't the only person turning heads at last night's awards. "You just have to look pleasant toward the camera". But, who is the Fiji water girl?

She said that her fave photobomb was one with Jim Carrey.

‘Fiji Water girl’ — a Canadian model — steals Golden Globes red carpet spotlight
'Fiji Water Girl' set for stardom after photobombing almost every Golden Globes red carpet pic

Cuthbert's photobombs were for many the highlight of the Golden Globes and have launched many memes and a legion of Twitter fans.

It was unknown whether Fiji paid Cuthbert a bonus for the countless impressions, or "earned media" in marketing parlance, that she so deftly delivered.

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"This is something I would go viral for", she added.

Later on, the brand also chose to leverage on the hype and tweeted out a meme of its own featuring its Fiji Water model. She's reportedly married to photographer Christopher Von Steinbach, whom she met in 2010 and Wednesday just six months later.

"We've seen memes going back five, 10, 15 years that are still in common circulation today and there's no reason this can't be one of those".

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