The "Fiji Water Girl" was the real victor of the 2019 Golden Globes this year. "SERVE IT, QUEEN", reads another. According to Yahoo Finance, she also helped Fiji Water earn over $12 million in ad impressions.
The compelling FIJI water ambassador has been identified as LA based model Kelleth Cuthbert.
A promotional girl's shameless attempts to get noticed on the red carpet of one of Hollywood's biggest awards nights has paid off.
However, despite apparently moving away from the Fiji Water Girl, Kelleth still ended up in the background from some angles - and Jamie isn't having it.
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But it turns out not everybody is as enamoured with the viral model as we are.
And for any of you who developed a crush on Cuthbert during the Golden Globes, we're sorry to break it to you, but she's a married woman.
Apex Marketing Group president Eric Smallwood told Yahoo that Fiji Water saved nearly $18 million in advertising from yesterday's exposure.
And she's been congratulated for being the year's "first meme"..
The Golden Globe awards were held over the weekend (Jan. 6) and fans were on the look out for iconic red carpet moments and looks.
Cuthbert says her Instagram following was around 53,000 before Sunday's event. Meet Kelleth Cuthbert, a young model who really knows how to make a splash (and other water-related puns).
"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.
Let's review her handy work.
Despite her professional accolades, Cuthbert said her appearance on Sunday was all done, courtesy of her own skills. "I feel like I've always been a person that people feel comfortable sharing their stories with, and being on set can be kind of an intimate experience", Cuthbert said. The model, who is represented by the Wilhemina agency, has nearly 170,000 followers on Instagram. She also told The Cut that her appearance in the background of so many photos may not have been a fluke.