Kristen Bell Says Getting Knocked Up Changed Her Voice

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kristen bell 2013 CMT Music awards at the Bridgestone ArenaPregnancy has been known to change just about everything from your foot size to the texture of your hair, but new mother Kristen Bell adds that she had a whole new voice thanks to baby Lincoln Bell‘s internal incubation. Just all a part of mother nature’s baby package!

Kristen tells People magazine that while pregnant and recording for the voice of Anna in the film Frozen, she noticed some maternal changes:

“The pregnancy did change my voice. It made it deeper,” she said. “There were more womanly tones when I did one recording while I was extremely pregnant. After I had the baby, I had to go back and re-record those lines so they matched. There was something different about my voice.”

She continued, “There was something more ‘Mommy’ about my voice and we had to fix it. I certainly didn’t intend that, and when you heard it, you couldn’t really place why it was different but it was. It was one of those hormonal things that happen, I guess.”

No word on whether that “mommy” tone can also account for that thundering boom you get deep in your diaphragm when you’re like “MARGARET ELIZABETH JOHNSON, PUT THAT DOWN THIS INSTANT!” Check your vocal chords accordingly, ladies.

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