And the award for best scenestealer goes to...Kelleth Cuthbert.

Don't know that name? How about "Fiji Water Girl," remember her? It's been one year since Fiji Water Girl became the unexpected breakout star of the 2019 Golden Globes, thanks to her strategic placement behind some of the biggest names on the red carpet in seemingly every photo they took. 

Amy Adams? Check. Richard Madden? Yep. Nicole Kidman? You bet. It's a good thing Kelleth, an actress and model, was carrying a tray of water bottle throughout the night, given how thirsty she must have been, right? 

But her hustle was so impressive that E! News actually helped with the hydration, giving Kelleth, 32, her own honorary award after she took the Internet by storm for "Best Supporting Actress On A Red Carpet." 

"I'd like to thank water. If these celebs weren't so thirsty, I wouldn't have been able to serve the way that I did," she said in her acceptance speech. "My performance would've truly not been possible without you."

But it's looking unlikely that there will be a new Fiji Girl photobombing her way down the red carpet and receiving the 2020 prize for best Supporting Actress on a Red Carpet during the 2020 Golden Globes on Jan. 5, as Icelandic Glacial has announced it will serve as the official water of the ceremony.

This new partnership might be due in part to the lawsuit filed by Kelleth against Fiji for unauthorized use of her likeness and a countersuit from Fiji claiming she was trying to extort almost half a million dollars from the company. (And the Golden Globes for Most Unexpected Drama goes to...)

So let's take a stroll down memory lane, looking back on every celebrity Fiji Water Girl upstaged at the 2019 Golden Globes, including one that was less than thrilled over the viral photobomb....

Jamie Lee Curtis, Kelleth Cuthbert, Fiji Girl

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Richard Madden, Fiji Water

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Tom Kaulitz, Heidi Klum, Fiji Water

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Amy Adams, Fiji Water

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Dakota Fanning, Luke Evans, Fiji Water

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Susan Geston, Jeff Bridges, Fiji Water

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Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, Fiji Water

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Judy Greer, Fiji Water

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Lucy Boynton, Fiji Water

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Tony Shalhoub, Marin Hinkle, Fiji Water

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Alyssa Milano, Fiji Water

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William H. Macy, Sofia Grace Macy, Fiji Water

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Jim Carrey, Fiji Water

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Jim Carrey, Ginger Gonzaga, Fiji Water

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Irena Medavoy, Carly Steel, Fiji Water

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The 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards will air Sunday, January 5, 2020 on NBC.

Watch E!'s Live From the Red Carpet 2020 Golden Globes coverage today starting at 11 PM. Catch the repeat show on 6 January at 7AM only on E!

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