As it turns out, she's not a celebrity or a protestor.
The 60-year-old award-winning actress was one of the many stars photographed on the red carpet this year with the promotional model photobombing the picture.
Camera IconKelleth Cuthbert with Tony Shalhoub and Marin Hinkle. LIES-a Minelli, sweetie.
Speaking to People, Kelleth said: 'There's tons of photographers everywhere.
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. "You've gotta have good face, at least, if you're gonna be hovering in the background frequently".
Someone in the Fiji Water marketing team is definitely getting a raise.
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Now, Kelleth is speaking about how everything went down on the red carpet and her "ominous" appearance behind some very famous celebs. And with so many photographers jockeying for position to shoot the A-list celebrities walking in, "you just inevitably end up in the shots".
She also stole the spotlight from the likes of Jim Carrey, Dakota Fanning and Camilla Belle.
"No one's really going to be looking at me", she remembers telling herself. "Nicole Kidman, I have always wanted to work with you so thank you". To me, the most interesting thing is watching the publicists. Unsurprisingly, Cuthbert is a model, who has worked for agencies across North America, including Wilhelmina in Los Angeles and Chicago, Plutino in Toronto, Heffner in Seattle and Donna Baldwin in Denver.
More than 50,000 tweets were sent out about Fiji Water Girl on Twitter in a few hours alone. Check out the full video below that was uploaded onto Youtube and see what Cuthbert looked like before she was known as the Fiji Water Girl.
The caption read: 'If the Golden Globes were set in NSW.