Ted Williams Today Show

January 6, 2011 by Post Team 

Ted Williams Today Show, Thanks to the video clips posted on YouTube, a homeless man turned sensation? The Internet, appeared in newspapers v? Several parts of the world and received a flood of job offers. There were more than 11 mills? Es of exibiç? es until Thursday to see Ted Williams, a homeless man from Ohio, show their talent: the vozeir? Of the speaker.

Williams asked for a d? Home on the streets of Ohio to say things with her voice that claims to be a gift from God. He drew the attention? To a rep? Reporters from the local newspaper Columbus Dispatch, who filmed his performance and posted it on YouTube.

“Thank you. God bless you. Thank you. Back with more soon AP? S those words. E n? Not forget, tomorrow morning? Is your chance to win a pair of tickets to see this man in concert, to alive, “he says in the video clips. “The voice was developed over time, and I studied for it. But the drugs, alcohol and some other things have become part of my life. Now I’m clean h? Two years. ”

A charismatic figure? Practice of Williams turned sensation? On YouTube and hist? Laugh was reproduced on websites, TV er? Subsidies in the United States. Na? Last Wednesday, during an interview for a program r? Local radio, Williams received a flood of job offers. The ex-homeless people are thrilled when, in the air, received a financing proposal for the purchase of a home. “My e-mail EST? Full of jobs for him, ” said the rep? Columbus Dispatch reporters in a chat with netizens.

Ap’s one-day celebrity, giving interviews and responding to harassment of the press ep? Public, Ted Williams, the homeless of Ohio, landed in New York, where it appears? Thursday morning program on the “Today Show “on NBC. He should also meet with am? And 92 years, says that n? See the h? About 20 years.

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