How to Get a Celebrity to Wish You a Happy Birthday

A new online service called Cameo lets fans pay their favorite celebrities to give them shoutouts.

If you've ever wanted a personal shoutout from your favorite celebrity — now's your chance.

Inside Edition's Megan Alexander was recently inundated with celebrity birthday greetings. From former 'N Sync singer Lance Bass, to President Trump's ex-wife Marla Maples, to former "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kim Zolciak, the well wishes were pouring in.

How does Alexander know these high-profile folks?

Turns out, she doesn't. The messages were actually paid for on a new online service called Cameo, which lets fans pay celebrities to give them shoutouts.

Caitlyn Jenner commands the highest rate at $2,500 per greeting. "The Bachelor" host Chris Harrison charges $525. And Stormy Daniels, who made headlines with her intimate details of her rendezvous with President Trump, earns $250 for her greetings.

But it's not just birthday wishes. "American Ninja Warrior" host Matt Iseman was paid to do a gender reveal.

Now, everyone can have a friend in Hollywood.