"As the official water sponsor of the Golden Globes, FIJI Water, along with its FIJI Brand Ambassadors, hydrated guests on the red carpet and during the star-studded show". The hosts, Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg, stunned on the red carpet, as did stars like Timothée Chalamet and Constance Wu.
"We're so glad everyone is talking about our water!"
Her employer Fiji Water even took note of her stardom, taking to social media to jokingly describe her presence on the red carpet and her photobombing skills as "ominous".
Let's review her handy work.
No one was safe.
She launches into a "thank you" speech that includes hunky actor Richard Madden ("For giving me my start"), Dakota Fanning and Luke Evans ("For allowing me the space for me to have my best angle") and Nicole Kidman ("I have always wanted to work with you, so thank you"). When it comes to photobombing, this girl is a pro.
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The publicity stunt also inspired a spoof Twitter account with hilarious consequences.
Fiji Water, meanwhile, has been leaning into the viral meme by photoshopping their photobomber into all sorts of iconic images on their Twitter feed, including "Star War", "Rocky" and riding in the backseat with "Thelma & Louise".
But it turns out not everybody is as enamoured with the viral model as we are.
"So, my husband, who doesn't look at a lot of show business news sites, just mentioned that I was on the CNN website", she wrote.
"It's all strategic", the model who became known as Fiji Water Girl told the Los Angeles Times. While many of her appearances saw her unabashedly stare directly into the lens with a half-smile, the 5-foot-9 Canadian model made sure to laugh off the Internet fuss in an Instagram post. Picture: Getty So, who exactly is Fiji water girl?
"She was perfectly cast, nearly that Cinderella Disney princess idea that you wanted to believe that some woman handing out water at the awards somehow ended up in the back of all these photos".
But she said whenever she heard the cameras clicking, she was ready.