The big talk after the Golden Globes was the "Fiji Water Girl" that was photo bombing the celebrities on the red carpet before the show. Apparently not everyone was a fan of this publicity stunt that was happening.
Jaime Lee Curtis took great exception to the girl trying to get in her photos because she doesn't want to help advertise for them. She was actually mad about it. She even posted on her Insta saying that the company and organizers of the event need to get permission from people before they do things like this.
Here's what she posted -
I'm sorry but for me this is an over reaction to something that's not really a big deal. I understand her point to an extent but for real, could she take herself more seriously? Is this really an ordeal that needs to cause some kind of turmoil? It was a PR stunt that everyone seemed to be totally fine with. They all just sort of brushed it off and went about their business. This is why I have a problem with certain people in the entertainment industry. Please take yourself down a notch or two. You're really not that important in the grand scheme of things that you need to be so upset that you felt the need to publicly chastise the company for something that was supposed to be fun and or funny. Seems like a real "Get off my lawn" moment here. Loosen up and chill out.