Over the course of two days, about 150 people attended an Atlanta casting call to find the new voice of the Aflac duck. Did we capture the winner on camera when we visited Tuesday's auditions?
If that's not enough incentive to watch, our video will also teach you how a sad Aflac duck sounds as well as how to properly warm up for an Aflac duck audition.
Atlanta was one of six cities where aspiring Aflac ducks could audition in person. Online auditions, which are now closed, attracted more than 11,000 applications. In interviews, many Atlanta auditioners said they thought the in-person auditions would offer better sound quality.
Last month, Gilbert Gottfried was fired after 11 years as the voice of the Aflac duck due to his Twitter posts making fun of the disaster in Japan. Aflac hopes to have a new voice chosen and working on a commercial spot by the end of the month.