Fancy some advice ahead of your stag do from Ardie Savea? Or perhaps Lima Sopoaga's best Christmas wishes?

Now you can have it. At a price, of course.

New website Cameo offers registered users personalised video messages from celebrities and sports stars - including a handful of top All Blacks.

The clips don't come cheap, though, with All Black loose forward Savea charging $80 and Ngani Laumape $70 for a 15-second message.


If you're a bit short for cash, All Blacks winger Waisake Naholo charges $35, while a Sopoaga message will set you back only $30.

Ngani Laumape is another All Black on Cameo. Photo / Photosport
Ngani Laumape is another All Black on Cameo. Photo / Photosport

The innovative site allows each celebrity to keep 75 per cent of the profits.

Savea has been in hot demand for bachelor party messages throughout the wedding season, most recently sending his best wishes to a fan named Freddie.

"Hey Fred, Ardie Savea here, I heard you were getting married so I just want to wish you all the best," Savea said in the video.

"I know you'll see this on your bachelor party so I hope you're not struggling too much and the boys are taking it easy on you, just wishing you all the best on your special day bro."

Nehe Milner-Skudder, Damian McKenzie and Beauden Barrett are all also registered on the website but are currently "unavailable" to take requests.

Other famous Kiwis on Cameo include Brad Weber, Gareth Anscombe, Ross Inia, Jordan Mauger, and Joseph Parker.

Reality TV star Chumlee will set you back $65, while former NSYNC member Lance Bass charges $199. For a message from NFL legend Brett Favre you would have to pay a whopping $500.