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Oscars with Don and Gina

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

February 24, 2007

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Ever wondered who does the voice overs for the Oscars?

oscars announcers

Find out here at VOX Daily!

If you're tuning in to watch the Oscars, you will be hearing voices in addition to seeing fancy gowns, expensive jewelery and red carpet bling.

Don LaFontaine and Gina Tuttle will be sharing the announcing duties at the Oscars this year, Sunday, February 25, on ABC starting at 5PM PST.

Keep your eyes out for Don and Gina too... rumor has it that there may even be some on-camera time for the announcers!

This is the 79th Academy Awards and a reason to celebrate.

That being said, who are your picks to win this year?

Include your faves and the categories they were nominated in when you comment :)



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    Poor Don!

    He sent me an email detailing his experience at the Oscars and his on camera bit w/ Ellen got nixed 10 seconds before he was to go on.

    Ah well, his Geico commercial still gets him plenty of exposure for his great voice talent.

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      Hi Peter,

      I received an email from Don as well. It's amazing how many rehearsals there were, but hey, this is prime time and the Oscars after all :)

      I'd love to get a hold of Gina Tuttle to find out how her experience was. I heard that she is the youngest announcer that they've ever had at the Oscars - kind of neat.



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