Katharine McPhee And David Foster Might Be On The Fast-Track To A Wedding And Babies

July 9, 2018 / Posted by:

Last week, Katharine McPhee went from “that girl from American Idol” or “that girl from that CBS show about nerds that wasn’t Big Bang Theory” to current fiancée of millionaire music man David Foster. And according to a source that spoke with UsWeekly, if Katharine has her way, she’ll be the fifth Mrs. David Foster before next April.

The source claims that Katharine has been telling her friends that she doesn’t want a long engagement to David, and that they both plan to be married within the next nine months. There probably won’t be too many nerves for Katharine, as she already knows what it’s like see David staring back at her on her wedding day; he played piano at Katharine’s wedding to her first husband Nick Cokas in 2008.

Katharine and David are also hoping to have some kids soon. David already has five daughters from previous relationships, while Katharine has none. It’s probably a good idea to get working on that. The source adds that there will be a prenup signed before they tie the knot. That should reassure skeptics out there who immediately labeled Katharine as a gold digger.

Also reassuring, that same source claiming that both David and Katharine are “very much in love” with each other. David also believes that Katharine is his “true love and muse.” True love, maybe. But muse? Sorry to break it to you, Kat, but you’ve got some stiff muse competition in the form of Rob Lowe’s badass character from St. Elmo’s Fire, who was the inspiration for David Foster-written theme to St. Elmo’s Fire in my mind only.

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