"Wow, oh wow, I wasn't really expecting this at all", says Cuthbert in her "acceptance" speech in which she describes herself as "a normal girl" who was miraculously discovered on the night of nights.
Cuthbert reacted to her sudden fame in an interview with Glamour, telling the magazine, "I do love a good meme, so I think it's incredibly ironic and amusing that I'm one now".
And Kelleth had no idea how viral she went until the red carpet was wrapping up!
It worked. Fiji Water woman is a star!
As for her favorite photobomb of the night, the Golden Globe, err, "honor" goes to a certain comedian.
Cuthbert successfully photobombed a number of celebrities, including Connie Britton, Jim Carey and Dakota Fanning, while handing out the Fiji-branded water at the awards.
Photobomber to the stars is kind of a natural role for her.
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She had asserted her independence and renounced Islam but had been forced to pray, wear a hijab and was beaten by her brother. In her pleas online, the young woman specifically asked for asylum in the U.S. , the UK, Canada and Australia.
Later on, the brand also made a decision to leverage on the hype and tweeted out a meme of its own featuring its Fiji Water model. "No one's really going to see me'".
Fiji Water woman should be the next Bond.
Kelleth Cuthbert is a Los Angeles-based model with a social work degree, who has been featured in Maxim.
The movie awards season hit top gear yesterday when the Golden Globes, the entree to the Oscars, were awarded in Beverly Hills.
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.
According to Time, FIJI Water has served as the "official water brand" for the Golden Globes since 2015.
In an interview with Glamour, Cuthbert admitted that she's overwhelmed by all the attention she's receiving, including the sudden popularity on Instagram.
"I've been photobombing since I was a kid", she said with a laugh.