Hollywood actress Christina Applegate struggles not to swear while lending her voice for her upcoming film ‘Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel’.
The actress,who battled breast cancer in 2008,said she had to make sure she never went off the script at any point during voicing a character in the film where she plays a member of the Chipettes,a singing group which gives the titular chipmunk gang serious competition,Female First reported.
“We’re strictly PG all the way. When I improvise,foul things often come out of my mouth that aren’t on the page. So I really stuck to the script or there would have been some inappropriate words from my chipmunk. It was good to do something that was very wholesome,” Christina said.
“I don’t have any children,but I’m happy that I didn’t have to say anything disgusting in ‘The Squeakquel’ that would shock kids,” she added.
Christina,38,also said mastering the high-pitched voice of her character took a surprising approach to get the right sound.
“You have to talk really slow like you just kind of had woken up from a nap. It’s really funny because it’s as far away as you can get from that chipmunk sound. Then,you hear it sped up and it’s perfect,” she added.