Dennings confessed to Alexander that she's had the classic Seinfeld song as a voicemail for six years

By Michael Miller
Updated April 24, 2015 06:45 PM
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Believe it or not, but Kat Dennings‘ been using George Costanza’s iconic voicemail jingle from Seinfeld as her own – and last night she got the man himself to rerecord it for her.

Dennings and Jason Alexander – who famously played Costanza on the hit sitcom – were guests on the The Late Show with James Corden on Thursday.

The Two Broke Girls star is a giant Seinfeld fan – so much so that she’s been using George Costanza’s remix of the song “Believe It Or Not” (which he copped from the TV series The Greatest American Hero) as a voicemail for the past six years.

But Denning pointed out the problem with her set-up: her name isn’t George Costanza, so no one’s ever sure if they’re calling the right number when her phone goes to voicemail.

Luckily, Alexander was happy to rerecord it for her, inserting her name into the song and making Denning’s dream come true.

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