'Fiji Water Girl' set for stardom after photobombing almost every Golden Globes red carpet pic

Francesca Specter
Yahoo Style UK deputy editor
Fiji Water Girl was the star of the Golden Globes. [Photo: Getty]

Move over, Lady Gaga. In a move no one could have predicted, ‘Fiji Water Girl’ proved the unlikely star at this year’s Golden Globes.

Sneaking into almost every celeb’s red carpet photo, a model carrying a tray of Fiji Water photobombed the likes of Amy Adams, Nicole Kidman and Timothée Chalamet at the Hollywood event last night.

Likely a strong PR move from the water brand.

Thanks to her good looks and piercing gaze – paired with her sheer ubiquity at the event – the model soon established herself as a key figure at the awards ceremony, with her photobombs sweeping Twitter.

The LA-based woman, whose real name is Kelleth Cuthbert, is an up-and-coming model who has featured in magazine shoots (‘Pure Luxury’, ‘Basic’) and a campaign for lingerie brand, Lingerie Diva. And, according to a photographer she’s worked with, is “freaking hilarious.”

Asked on the Instagram story of Rom Bokobza, a writer and producer for Condé Nast, whether she knew photos of her were trending, Kelleth responded: “It’s calculated.”

Now, people are saying her hilarious photobombing stunt at the Golden Globes will get her far.

Kelleth wasn’t the only person turning heads at last night’s awards.

Lady Gaga, who won the award for best original song in her latest film, ‘A Star Is Born’, wore a show-stopping Valentino gown.

Meanwhile, Catherine Zeta-Jones looked fantastic in an emerald gown, and Jamie Lee Curtis sported icy-white hair which matched her gown.

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