How to Create a Celebrity Voicemail Greeting

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How to Create a Celebrity Voicemail Greeting
Leaving a celebrity message is a great way to get a quick laugh. (John Foxx/Stockbyte/Getty Images)

Having a celebrity greet others leaving a message on your answering machine is a great way to have a unique and interesting voicemail message. After you decide upon on which celebrity voice to use, either find a voice clip of them or try and impersonate their voice for a personalised message. You can even use some of the most cliché lines used by celebrities to add an even funnier element to your answering machine message.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Answering Machine

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Instructions

  1. 1

    First decide on which celebrity you want greeting those who desire to leave you a voicemail on your answering machine. You can choose popular lines from celebrities like Arnold Schwarzenegger saying, "I'll be back," or Robert De Niro saying, "You talking to me?" Allow your celebrity answering machine to be a reflection on your favourite celebrities and your personality.

  2. 2

    Choose a voice clip from the Internet, television or by someone impersonating the voice off the celebrity that will be leaving their voice on your answering machine. If you have someone impersonating the celebrity you have the opportunity to have a much more malleable message left on your answering machine that is left up to your imagination.

  3. 3

    Record your celebrity voicemail and make sure it is just the way you want it. After verifying the message you have created a celebrity voicemail for your answering machine!

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