But how would we sound like on Venus? Tim Leighton, a professor of acoustics at University of Southampton thinks that we would sound like a Smurf, with a deep bass voice. On Venus.
Venus's atmosphere is much denser than ours, and it traps the heat from the sun within the planet, causing severe warming effect. The dense atmosphere enables sound to travel faster, but restricts the vibration of vocal cords, yielding a lower voice. The effect is opposite of what happens when you inhale helium.
But it's never possible to put this to test--Venus's atmosphere contains clouds made of sulfuric acid, 96.5% carbon dioxide and 3.5% nitrogen.
Plus, I can't think of a reason for anyone to pay Venus a visit. No, you won't find a living soul on Venus, much less a woman.