Katharine McPhee Got Nasty After Getting Kicked Out Of A Wedding She Crashed

December 5, 2017 / Posted by:

According to Page Six, Katharine McPhee and her gal pal, producer Hilary Shor, tried to crash a wedding in Cabo San Lucas but got ejected by the bride. That allegedly did not sit well with Kat and Hil so they retaliated by getting snarky with some catty Instagram stories and dissed the bride for not wanting two basic ass randos eating her shrimp and bogarting the karaoke mic.

Sadly, because Instagram stories are as ephemeral as Kat’s acting career, they are now gone from the world. But Page Six saw them and has a pretty solid rundown of their fuckery.

One video seen by Page Six and captioned “Bride Bitch” shows McPhee in her room snottily noting, “What bride does her own wedding security? If you’re doing your own security, you have a problem.”

BBut Kat & Hil weren’t done there. In addition to captioning their videos “loser bride bouncer”, “Bride Bitch” and “dead bride #rude bride”, Hil told the camera “She could have had a Page Six, New York Post [article] of us coming and dancing the night away . . . By the way, I was ready to rock ’n’ roll.

McPhee is shown in bed giggling and chiming in: “I was ready to show some serious moves.”

The audacity is really just too much. Don’t nobody want your ragged, drunk asses stumbling around the dance floor and screaming at the D.J. to play Freebird. People have their own drunk aunties to be a mess for them on their big day; they don’t need two nobodies trying to make the headlines.

This Shor woman sounds even more insufferable than Katharine and Katharine was the WORST part of Smash. Hil went in even deeper on the bride, making things political (but still all about her).

Shor also posted captions of their wedding crash fail: “That bride voted for Trump I can feel it,” and “Rise above the rude bride. She should be so lucky to dance with me, I got moves.”

Childish, privileged and petty. In the sober light of day, Hilary tried to tell Page Six that it was all “tongue-in-cheek” and quickly set her Instagram account to private, which is a shame because like I said before, I live for petty drama. Stupid disappearing Instagram stories!

Pic: Wenn.com

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