It seemed like a Hollywood script come true in real life. A homeless guy with an amazing gift, a voice to die for, gets a chance to show his stuff on national TV and around the world. On the Dr. Phil Show  he's given that coveted "second chance" that so many who struggle with addiction pray for. Now it looks like Ted Williams is passing on the opportunity to get clean, sober and employed.

Williams, 53, admitted during a taping of "The Dr. Phil Show" earlier this month that he was still drinking, claiming in other interviews in the past week to have been sober for the past two years after years of addiction.

If you or someone you love has an issue with drugs or alchohol there is help, you can find it in the phone book or you can e-mail me and I will give you the hook up. Everybody deserves the chance to live a happy life without addiction. I hope Ted Williams can figure his real problem out and put an end to his addiction because the opportunity isn't going to be knocking twice.

(via 'Golden voice' Ted Williams departs drug rehab - CNN.com.)