The Fiji Water Model Who Stole the Show at the Golden Globes

The Fiji Water Model Who Stole the Show at the Golden Globes

The Fiji Water Model Who Stole the Show at the Golden Globes

However, the biggest victor of the night was undoubtably model Kelleth Cuthbert, now better known as "Fiji Water Girl".

That's right, model Kelleth Cuthbert, who was serving Fiji water to the esteemed guests, became the first meme of 2019 when her photo-bombing pictures made it to the headlines everywhere.

In case you missed the arrivals, Twitter went wild for the model photobombing the stars' step-and-repeat moments while holding a tray of branded water bottles.

She can be spotted in photos behind stars like Julianne Moore, Tony Shalhoub, Alyssa Milano, Jeff Bridges and many more.

Glenn Close, who is also vying for best drama actress for her role in "The Wife", was among the few who opted for darker hues and wore a black gown adorned by a diamond ribbon at the neck line. I thought, I don't need to put that much effort into myself...no one's really going to see me, ' she said.

Fiji Water Girl with Camilla Belle.


Cuthbert, a model in her early thirties originally from Toronto, was actually one of four Fiji Water "ambassadors" assigned to work the awards show.

On her own Instagram page, Kelleth Cuthbert shared a picture from the red carpet with a tongue-in-cheek caption: "Not the worst way to spend a Sunday".

FIJI Water At The 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards.

With one shot showing Kelleth working the camera behind Idris, another social media user remarked: "This Fiji Water lady is stronger than all of us, because she has the willpower not to look directly at Idris Elba". "Fiji Water Girl" is this year's awards season meme sensation. And, according to a photographer she's worked with, is "freaking hilarious".

A parody Twitter account was even created on behalf of the Fiji Water girl, with the bio reading, "You thirsty?"

"I guess this has to go to my 102-year-old dad", Douglas beamed.

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