Katharine McPhee Wants You To Stop Worrying About Her Engagement 

July 8, 2018 / Posted by:

Some memaws have their oversized white cotton knickers in a twist (up around their armpits) today over the fact that young innocent precious 34-year-old Katharine McPhee is engaged to 68-year-old millionaire daddy David Foster, a man exactly twice her age. Well, Vulture tells us that Katharine pretty much yawned off her haters with a short tweet

Katharine tweeted this:

Do we really need to break down why a bitty ol’ 30 year age difference is a totally normal scientific phenomenon naturally occurring in the habitat of Los Angeles? The common factor is usually bags and bags full of gold coins in a secret vault in a Malibu mansion, which David ticks off the list. And Katharine obviously has a thing for older dudes. Her first husband Nick Cokas is almost 20 years older than her, and her (whoops) fling with married “Smash” director Michael Morris carried a 10 year age difference.  She hasn’t exactly been going after One Direction-ers since she was in the public eye.

In a old interview Katharine pulled an Aaliyah and said that age ain’t nothing but number, telling Stuff Magazine via DailyMail:

“When I turned 21, I thought it was a good age to explore. You’re no longer a teenager, so it’s OK [to date older guys]. I gravitated towards them, and I love them. They’re just wiser, and they’re less about themselves and more about you.”

Which translates to: “Older dudes don’t blow their load on your leg after 45 seconds of confused frantic thrusting, whispering ‘dead babies, dead puppies’ as their mantra to keep them from finishing too early. Older dudes usually need to take Viagra to get it up and they can go forever. I also have a thing for low hanging testicals- they’re so cute when you but a Mr. Potato Head mustache on them!

And I’m sure Katharine followed her own advice by worrying about midterm elections, right after she “leaked” that totally natural picture of her showing her enagement ring off to her next ex-husband in Capri.

Pic: Wenn

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