|Natasha Hill. (Facebook/HO)
A Los Angeles mother-to-be is crowdsourcing her baby's name and getting paid $5,000 to do it.
Natasha Hill, 26, couldn't decide what to name her kid, so she signed up for a contest at Belly Ballot, a site that lets friends and family help choose your baby's name.
Usually, Baby Ballot has loved ones select from a list of names you make up yourself. But for Hill, anyone in the whole world can vote from a list of names curated by the site. That list will come from "currently trending names" and names sponsored by advertisers.
"I'm so excited to have won," Hill said. "I think the whole Belly Ballot concept is so social and fun, and can't wait to see what everyone votes for."
Hill told NBC her boyfriend worries "people are going to use it as a chance to do something pranky," but Baby Ballot promises anything too weird or corporate will be banned.
Voting takes place March 18-22.