‘Golden Voice’ Homeless Man Ted Williams Reunites w/Mother

Written by Michael Lambarde on Jan. 09, 2011

Ted Williams, otherwise known as the “Golden Voiced” homeless man (who is no longer homeless, presumably) has reunited with his mother Julia on the set of the Early Show on CBS. Williams, 53, became an overnight sensation after being discovered by a Columbus reporter as he begged for change alongside the highway.

VIDEO: Ted Williams talks about his overnight success on CBS’ Early Show

Along with his fame, Ted was able to reunite with his 90-year-old mother, Julia Williams. Ted said of the tender moment, “I was just gone. We didn’t even say anything. Man, it was like a dream finally came true”.

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Williams has job offers pouring in but his mother warns him of sliding back into his old ways. Julia warned her son, “Please don’t disappoint me. Hold your life together. Just don’t let things fall apartment when you fall in with the wrong people”. Ted has been approached by MTV and ESPN and is recording ads for Kraft Macaroni & Cheese. MSNBC is the latest to offer Williams a job, too.

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