She's been heard. And also seen. Mostly seen.
Left homeless after a series of poor decisions, breakups and failed forays into adult films, Winters has been offered a job by the Cleveland Cavaliers to be a cheerleader and is being pursued by other teams and also millions of suitors after she and her amazing rack became an online sensation.
"This has been totally, totally amazing," Winters said in a phone interview with The Associated Press on Wednesday, her voice choking with emotion. "I'm just so thankful. God has blessed me so deeply. I'm getting a second chance. Amazing."
Unfortunately, in a phone interview and not on video again, no one could see Winters' luscious bosom, so it was kind of a waste of everyone's time.
Winters was contacted Wednesday by the Cavaliers, who have offered her a a cheerleader position at all home games and also some calendar work.
"I can't believe what's going on," she said. "God gave me a million-dollar set of jugs, and I just hope I can do right by him. And them."
Cavaliers spokesman Ted Connor said exact details of the team's offer and its plans to help Winters are still being worked out.
"We saw the video and realized she was in our community and knew we had to bring her in and help her," said Connor. "I, personally, plan to spend a lot of one-on-one time with her, helping her in any way she can, letting her know she is safe and protected and loved now. Helping her is my No. 1 priority now. I let me wife know I'll be working later hours."
Winters said she greatly appreciates the Cavaliers' 2-year, $80,000 contract offer, but will likely take the $1 million she's been offered for a day's work by Playboy.