Actors Keanu Reeves and Jonathan Frakes are amid the celebs giving enthusiasts the chance to chat one particular-to-a person through Zoom through lockdown.
Reeves is auctioning a 15-moment Zoom contact for a kid’s most cancers charity.
The maximum bid at time of creating is $9,800 (£7,800).
Meanwhile, on the celeb information platform Cameo, £166 will acquire a 10-minute Zoom connect with with Star Trek actor Jonathan Frakes or skateboarder Tony Hawk.
Cameo stated there had been “a tonne of curiosity” in its Zoom support, Cameo Reside, despite just 31 stars – only 4 of whom are females – signing up given that launch, on Sunday.
The get started-up, which launched in 2017, also presents brief recorded private messages from a vary of superstars together with fact Tv set personalities and sports stars, who charge several costs.
“Cameo Live is very comparable to a backstage move at a concert or a satisfy-and-greet at an autographic signing,” spokesman Brandon Kazimer advised BBC News.
“This is just the newest iteration of lover-talent entry.”
Mr Kazimer stated bookings had been a combination of supporters purchasing movie phone calls as gifts for on their own or for mates, and enterprises buying them for workplace activities and speaking engagements.
Founder Steven Galanis informed Speedy Company celebs supplying the recorded messages experienced dropped their costs by an ordinary of 27% throughout lockdown.
“We are in this genuinely weird setting where every athlete, actor, movie star finds on their own fundamentally with nothing to do,” he claimed.
US comedian Tony Atamanuik tweeted about becoming a member of the system again in March.
“You want to pay me 25 bucks to say or do whatsoever, I will,” he said.
“I’m shut in my house and I’m likely crazy.”