The water brand also released a statement regarding Cuthbert's photos, which was obtained by Page Six.
A promotional girl's shameless attempts to get noticed on the red carpet of one of Hollywood's biggest awards nights has paid off. Soon after she caught the attention of the online world, memes began to pour in, making her known world-wide as the Fiji Water Girl.
"Bohemian Rhapsody" star Rami Malek's joyous best drama win, Jeff Bridges' lengthy - albeit head-scratching - Cecil B. DeMille Award acceptance speech and Chrissy Metz's alleged Alison Brie dig certainly captivated Golden Globes viewers Sunday night.
Fiji was the official water of the Globes and they hired promotional models to hand out their beverage.
So, just who is FIJI Water Girl Kelleth Cuthbert? The uber-popular meme account Saint Hoax quickly photoshopper the model into other ionic pop culture moments so she could steal some more scenes. She was everywhere, and you could only wish for this level of commitment from your team.
She's married to photographer Christopher Von Steinback.
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, the model explained that she was purposely inserting herself into celebrities' shots. "Not the worst way to spend a Sunday." she wrote on the photo-sharing social media platform. "I think it's fun to work the red carpet and look at the fashion, but I never get starstruck", she says. When the store opens, she ends up locking eyes with a customer and the music video cuts between what's actually happening in the store and what's being imagined. She also thanked Time magazine for their article, "The Fiji Water Girl Stole the Show at the 2019 Golden Globes Red Carpet".
It makes for the ideal water photo-bomb and has seen her become perhaps the first meme of 2019.
Let's review her handy work.
The "Fiji Water Girl", whose red carpet photobombing at yesterday's Golden Globes went viral, has been identified.
Kelleth has over 106,000 Instagram followers and is represented by Wilhemina models.
Model Kelleth Cuthbert seemed determined to make her mark on the night where cameras were in abundance, becoming an overnight viral sensation.