Woman who photobombed Steph Curry’s iconic golf celebration is a $900-an-hour ESCORT – and jokes she needs to go to NBA games ‘fully clothed’ in future after going viral on social media

The woman who went viral for inadvertently photobombing Steph Curry’s iconic golf celebration has revealed herself to the masses.

On Wednesday, the Golden State Warriors star celebrated a shot against the Milwaukee Bucks by making the motion of a golf swing. However, it was not the four-time NBA champion who brought eyes to a photo of the celebration but a woman wearing a revealing outfit cheering in the background.

San Francisco-based escort Katherine Taylor, who charges $900 for one-hour experiences, according to her website, revealed that she is the woman responsible for the photo’s virality on Thursday.

While her X (Twitter) account has since been deleted, Taylor reposted a photo of the celebration, with herself in the back, and raved about the experience.

‘God… Best date of my life as you can see,’ she wrote. ‘F**k me, remind me to come fully dressed next time. What a f**king blast.’

The woman who inadvertently photobombed Steph Curry’s celebration reposted the picture

San Francisco-based escort Katherine Taylor went viral during the Warriors-Bucks showdown

Taylor reposted a picture of her celebration before her X (Twitter) account got deleted

Taylor grabbed fans’ attention with her revealing outfit as the Warriors beat the Bucks, 125-90

Another user pointed out how a man sitting in front of Taylor was looking back at her as she celebrated. The man in the front row sat next to two boys who many speculate to be his sons.

The user cropped the picture closely and posted it with three crying emojis, prompting a response from Taylor.

‘You’re about to get this man divorced,’ Taylor reposted with a laughing emoji. ‘His wife about to come home and take the kids, dog and the hat lol.’

The Warriors went on to blow the Bucks out, 125-90. Curry led the way for Golden State with 29 points, eight rebounds and five assists. He also shot six of his ten attempts from three-point territory.

The Dubs have won eight of their last ten games and hold a 33-28 record. They currently sit tenth in the Western Conference with 21 games left.