The Golden Globes last night were marked by both historic moments and tremendous upsets. Despite optimistic projections, for example, A Star Is Born, starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, lost in all major categories except best original song.\nMeanwhile Canadian actress Sandra Oh, who also hosted the awards, became the second woman of Asian descent to win the award for Best Actress in a television drama.\nALSO READ: The Government Of Canada Is Warning Drivers About Deadly Explosive Airbags In These 4 Car Brands\nTL;DR Canadian model Kelleth Cuthbert has become a meme sensation after photobombing stars on the Golden Globes red carpet. View some of the best Twitter reactions below.\nView this post on Instagram 🇬🇧 Hope you enjoyed #killingeve @bbcone. On every sat also on @bbcthree on iPlayer right now! A post shared by Sandra Oh (@iamsandraohinsta) on Sep 15, 2018 at 3:47pm PDT\nBut is was another Canadian who stole the show. "Fiji Water Girl" is this year's awards season meme sensation.\nAccording to CTV News, Kelleth Cuthbert is a model from Toronto who was enlisted to serve Fiji-brand water bottles on the red carpet before the show.\n@kellethcuthbertembedded via\nEither intentionally or unintentionally, Cuthbert became a fixture of red carpet photos and interviews. In multiple images, she can be seen lurking in the background, staring intensely and beckoning viewers with her shiny tray of Fiji water.\nHundreds of memes and comments are now circulating on Twitter in celebration of "Fiji Water Girl."\nLets be honest, the Fiji water girl is the real winner tonight #goldenglobes pic.twitter.com/UCmnGBA2lG\n— Brendon Holl (@CambodianThunda) January 7, 2019\nThe pride with which Cuthbert performed her duty struck many viewers.\nI need to tap the FIJI water girl on demand during my most successful marathons. pic.twitter.com/koc5H1FeYR\n— Ashley Hoffman (@_AshleyHoffman) January 7, 2019\nFiji Water girl saw her chance and took it #GoldenGlobes pic.twitter.com/XXZTOovuSG\n— Mathew Steinberg❄️ (@mathewsteinberg) January 7, 2019\nOthers were impressed by the opportunism.\nstunning. I couldn't imagine even breathing the same air as the Fiji Water Girl pic.twitter.com/ivQoL2CTy3\n— Ash Crossan (@AshCrossan) January 7, 2019\nFiji Water Girl is 2019's Left Shark. #GoldenGlobes\n— Jo Thornely (@jothornely) January 7, 2019\nI LOVE this Fiji water girl posing in the back of every red carpet pick like she’s a celeb pic.twitter.com/ab8zNotXqY\n— Sabrina Butcher (@sabrina_butcher) January 7, 2019\nThe woman clearly has aspirations and the internet supports her in her endeavours.\n#FijiWaterGirl It's a shame they had some awards ceremony interrupting the Fiji Water Girl show! pic.twitter.com/ZpMKf5fzkZ\n— Seán MacDonnchadha (@sean3377) January 7, 2019\nfiji water girl you're doing amazing sweetie pic.twitter.com/9EWIvjWahY\n— Nikki Blonsky from the movie Hairspray (@lobbyspider) January 7, 2019\nThe energy of FIJI Water Girl has us redoing our 2019 vision boards tbh #GoldenGlobes pic.twitter.com/XiivGGWhdM\n— HelloGiggles (@hellogiggles) January 7, 2019\nFiji Water Girl for President 2020\n— Mr. Trev Nibbles (@hvymetalinvestr) January 7, 2019\nShe might be our culture's best hope right now.\npetition to have fiji water girl host the oscars #GoldenGlobes pic.twitter.com/b2nXyJeyY4\n— kathleen (@kathleen_hanley) January 7, 2019\nThe Fiji water girl is really out here like pic.twitter.com/G8hpIa5E3I\n— out of context kristal (@kristalshay) January 7, 2019\nCuthbert has yet to comment on her newfound fame, but we can only imagine that several professional opportunities are coming her way.\nThis Canadian may be the most memorable feature of the 2019 Golden Globes.\nView Cuthbert's website here.