Fiji Water Girl's Identity Revealed — Golden Globes

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All the stars walked the 2019 Golden Globes red carpet, including one surprising up-and-comer - the FIJI Water Girl. News. You see, Cuthbert served as one of the night's models hired by FIJI Water, holding a tray of - you guessed it - FIJI Water bottles for the event's attendees. Her efforts, of course, went viral and now everyone wants to know: Who is the Fiji Water girl?

Cuthbert photobombing Tony Shalhoub and Marin Hinkle.

Kelleth Cuthbert says she would have spent a little more time on her hair and makeup Sunday had she known she was about to become the biggest meme of the 2019 Golden Globe Awards.

In response, Fiji Water fired out a witty tweet which read "We're so glad everyone is talking about our water!"

"No one's really going to be looking at me", she remembers telling herself.

The Arkells posted a short clip from "11:11" onto their Instagram page with the caption, "Fiji water girl strikes again!".

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The water brand also released a statement regarding Cuthbert's photos, which was obtained by Page Six. Unsurprisingly, Cuthbert is a model, who has worked for agencies across North America, including Wilhelmina in Los Angeles and Chicago, Plutino in Toronto, Heffner in Seattle and Donna Baldwin in Denver. "FIJI Water will continue to hydrate more of Hollywood this coming awards season".

It wasn't that Cuthbert ("Kelleth" is an old high-school nickname for "Kelly") lucked out and nabbed a prime spot over the other water ambassadors.

She also has a favorite meme of the ones she's appeared in.

The Daily Mail reports that Cuthbert is from Canada and has a college degree in social work. According to Us Weekly, she specialized in "mental health and addiction counseling".

Cuthbert is married to photographer Christopher Von Steinbach, who commonly shoots for Playboy Magazine.

And Kelleth had no idea how viral she went until the red carpet was wrapping up! "Not the worst way to spend a Sunday", she captioned a photo of her on the carpet with the hashtags #goldenglobesfijigirl and #fijiwatergirl.

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But in an editorial that made Kate Stevenson's heart sing this morning - "Oh Karl, I lived for your column this morning" - The Age's national film editor, Karl Quinn says neither movies are particularly impressive films, and he doesn't expect either to win the Oscar.

We need to talk about Fiji Water Girl. "You've gotta have good face, at least, if you're gonna be hovering in the background frequently". "The first meme of 2019, apparently!"

She continued, "My husband is laughing very hard about all of this".

"I've been photobombing since I was a kid", she said with a laugh.

"I'd like to thank a few people", she says. Since becoming a viral sensation, she has gained over 100,000 followers on her Instagram.

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