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Ted "Golden Voice" Williams has a better voice than these ten celebrities

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It's hard not to love Ted Williams, the Ohio man who was homeless, found redemption from drugs and alcohol and now has a job offer with the Cleveland Cavaliers. His voice really is amazing, which got us thinking of celebrities who have voices that are grating, annoying, and perhaps most awfully, instantly recognizable. Only if we could "fix" them to have the voice of Ted. Well, now with the magic of science, we can.

10. Rush Limbaugh 9. Fran Drescher 8. Harvey Fierstein 7. Gilbert Gottfried 6. Keith Olbermann 5. Chris Berman 4. Ray Romano 3. Ryan Seacrest 2. Tom Shane 1. Dick Vitale

Honorable mentions: KHOW host Craig Silverman and right-wing pundit Glenn Beck

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