In a blue tiered cascading gown she is seen hovering strategically to the side, or in the background, of many of tonight's Golden Globes stars.
Fiji Water, meanwhile, has been leaning into the viral meme by photoshopping their photobomber into all sorts of iconic images on their Twitter feed, including "Star War", "Rocky" and riding in the backseat with "Thelma & Louise".
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".
The serial photobomber strategically positioned herself adjacent to nearly every industry A-lister at the glittering event, upstaging the likes of seasoned glamour girls Nicole Kidman, Amy Adams and Heidi Klum.
Fiji Water, which sponsored the award ceremony, later tweeted: "We're so glad everyone is talking about our water!"
Fiji was the official water of the Globes and they hired promotional models to hand out their beverage.
- Ash Crossan (@AshCrossan) January 7, 2019Fiji Water Girl is 2019's Left Shark. "I mean, it's the Golden Globes".
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A Phoenix police spokesman said that "the matter is now under investigation" but declined to give any further details of the case. They also said staff members would cross through the shower area to get from one room to another, People magazine reported .
So, just who is FIJI Water Girl Kelleth Cuthbert?
Cuthbert also briefly detailed her method to the Los Angeles Times on Sunday, saying: "It's all strategic".
The Daily Mail reports that Cuthbert is from Canada and has a college degree in social work. "It's calculated", she said, making us love her even more.
"Well, you have to understand the layout of the red carpet".
She's married to photographer Christopher Von Steinback.
Cuthbert was standing so close to celebrities, including Judy Greer, Richard Madden, Idris Elba, Tony Shaloub and Marin Hinkle, that it looked like she was attending the awards with them. "Not the worst way to spend a Sunday." she wrote on the photo-sharing social media platform. And in doing so, she just happened to position herself in the background of many high-profile photos.
Fiji Water has made headlines - for all the right reasons - after its camera savvy model stole the show while posing with a tray of Fiji Water bottles during the 76th Golden Globes Awards. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.