Ted Williams--the Ohio homeless man whose "golden voice" enthralled the country in January, is getting a reality show, TMZ reports.
After being caught on tape in Ohio, Williams quickly became a national sensation, recording voiceovers and getting offers from companies around the country. He was also reunited with his mother. But his personal troubles caught up with him; he had an altercation with his daughter and then checked himself into rehab.
TMZ says the show will be called "Second Chances At Life," and will chronicle Williams' past homelessness and his attempts to rebuild his life and capitalize on his newfound fame. It will begin shooting in two weeks, the website says.
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