Australian 'Fiji Water Girl' has uncanny resemblance to Golden Globes photobomber

Australian 'Fiji Water Girl' has uncanny resemblance to Golden Globes photobomber

"Fiji water girl strikes again!" the band posted, alongside a clip of their video.

Pictures of the model quickly went viral, with a host of memes and even a spoof Twitter account appearing within hours.

And last but not least Cuthbert thanks water.

All of this, however, was spectacularly upstaged by an unlikely photobomber, initially known only as the Fiji Water Girl.

The mysterious woman was photographed behind "Crazy Rich Asians" star Constance Wu, Idris Elba, Camilla Belle, Jim Carrey, and Golden Globe victor Richard Madden, among others. "There are two people here tonight that I'm so grateful they're here for me", Sandra said in her speech, adding in Korean, "Mom, Dad, I love you" with a little bow.

Someone in the Fiji Water marketing team is definitely getting a raise.

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After stealing the show at the Golden Globes by photobombing Hollywood celebrities, Australia has found its very own "Fiji Water Girl". According to People, Kelleth Cuthbert works as a commercial actress and fashion model, which explains why she was so good at posing for the camera. "Fiji Water is a sponsor of the Golden Globes, has been for a long time, this would have been carefully choreographed, all arranged, but we wanted to believe and that's what we did".

Cuthbert has yet to comment on her newfound fame, but we can only imagine that several professional opportunities are coming her way. In multiple images, she can be seen lurking in the background, staring intensely and beckoning viewers with her shiny tray of Fiji water.

"I do love a good meme, so I think it's incredibly ironic and amusing that I'm one now", she told the glossy.

Kelleth Cuthbert is a Los Angeles-based model with a social work degree, who has been featured in Maxim. Since becoming a viral sensation, she has gained over 100,000 followers on her Instagram.

While the majority of the feedback has been positive, some have poked fun at a few of the glances she gave to some of the stars, which Twitter users seemed to read into when posting their many memes.

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