"I specifically moved away from the blatant promotions by Fiji and Moet where young women with their trays filled with their wares stood near a designated camera", Curtis captioned the image of her with the FWG standing behind her holding that tray of water bottles.
It wasn't that Cuthbert ("Kelleth" is an old high-school nickname for "Kelly") lucked out and nabbed a prime spot over the other water ambassadors.
"I felt very cut off from everything".
Sneaking into nearly 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.
"I'd like to thank water", Cuthbert said in her acceptance speech.
We hope to see Fiji Water woman accepting her Golden Globe at next year's award ceremony. "Not until I went on break and got a Wi-Fi connection did I understand what was happening". (She bought her parents a subscription to the Star for Christmas.) She grew up in North York, and says she comes back often. "My family. we're all a bunch of hams".
If you think she looks familiar, it might be because of her starring role in an Arkells video, or her work for a certain well-known Beaver-logoed brand. "[The actors] are all on a mission".
Finally, a quick moment of silence for the eternally snubbed Amy Adams, who watched with grace as two of her co-stars won major acting awards while she was overlooked yet again in both of her nominated categories. It's the one that proclaims, "dress for the job you want, not the job you have".
She was ready for her close-up.
Though Cuthbert looked attractive, she didn't have a stylist to fix her hair and makeup.
And she's gotten her fair share of marriage proposals on Instagram.
Cuthbert reacted to her sudden fame in an interview with Glamour, telling the magazine, "I do love a good meme, so I think it's incredibly ironic and amusing that I'm one now".
Only millions, it turns out.