"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.
"I knew why there was a photographer poised there and I moved away as I said out loud that I didn't want to be doing advertising for either."
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It looks like that choice was taken away from her, as she sees it, and she's not too happy about it. "Clearly this angle shows that I moved from her being behind me and yet from the side it still happens," Curtis continued. "The sponsors of events need to get permission from people when they get them to take their picture next to products."
While there were some who attacked Curtis in the comments on her post for complaining about what they saw as a trivial thing, others jumped to her defense and agreed with her stance that celebrities should have some say as to which products they are associated with.
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 Wars," "Rocky" and riding in the backseat with "Thelma & Louise."
Check out her latest photobombs -- and Corden's shock that they got the real FWG for his show -- in the video below: