While a purple-haired Lady Gaga wowed in a huge Valentino gown and Richard Madden led the British talent with a best actor gong, it was an unsuspecting extra who stole the spotlight at the Golden Globes.
‘Fiji Water Girl’ became a social media sensation with her expert photobombing at the glittering Hollywood bash.
The brunette model in a royal blue dress sent Twitter into a frenzy as she strategically positioned herself in every red carpet photograph.
Viewers couldn’t get enough of her wry smile or sultry stare for the cameraman.
One observer said: “#fijiwatergirl you know all the paparazzi are YELLING at her to move. She’s a strong woman. Supposed to be hydrated everyone but she’s the thirstiest one on the carpet! I love you Fiji water girl!”
One simply said “Fiji Water Girl is 2019’s Left Shark” in reference to Katy Perry’s 2015 Super Bowl halftime show scene stealer.
One quick photoshopping Twitter user posted: “That Fiji water girl is really out here stealing scenes”
The stunning young woman was revealed to be LA-based model Kelleth Cuthbert, who was hired by Fiji water to keep guests hydrated at the event.
Cuthbert has more than 57,000 followers on Instagram. Her last post shows her on the red carpet.
“Not the worst way to spend a Sunday,” she wrote. On her Instagram Story, she thanked Time and People for writing stories about her. “Dead,” she wrote in one post.
Fiji Water later shared a collage on Instagram, praising its “Best Supporting Actress in Every Picture”.
The night’s other big winner was Bohemian Rhapsody which won best motion picture drama.
Lead star Rami Malek also scooped best actor for his portrayal of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury.
Meanwhile, Christian Bale, Richard Madden and Ben Whishaw were among the British stars who have enjoyed Golden Globes success.
Welshman Bale scored the best actor in a musical or comedy for his role as the former vice president Dick Cheney in Vice, while Scottish star Madden was awarded the best actor in a TV drama prize for the BBC series Bodyguard.
Whishaw was honoured in the best supporting actor in a limited series or TV movie category for playing Norman Scott in A Very English Scandal.