Katharine McPhee has provided a foolish clarification for marrying David Foster.
On Sunday, singer Charlie Puth tweeted about the tune “I Have Nothing” sung by Whitney Houston for “The Bodyguard,” which was produced and co-written by Foster, 70.
“The second chord (E minor something) in the intro of ‘I Have Nothing’ by Whitney Houston will always give me chills,” wrote Puth, 28. “That warm pad under the DX7 piano when it comes in wowwwwwwwwww.”
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The musical second appeared to have had an impact on McPhee as nicely, as she expressed related sentiments on Twitter.
The “Smash” star, 36, responded to Puth’s tweet with a message of her personal.
“The real reason I married David,” she joked.
McPhee and Foster simply celebrated their first wedding ceremony anniversary on Sunday.
McPhee, a former “American Idol” contestant, shared images and movies from the couple’s wedding ceremony on Instagram to mark the event. She additionally shared a video of the second she first tried on her wedding ceremony costume.
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“A year ago today I married the love of my life. Thank you for always loving me and inspiring me in all aspects of my life,” the “Waitress” star captioned the images. “I love you. Here’s to the future!”
She additionally gave a shout out to Zac Posen, who designed her customized wedding ceremony costume. “(Oh and happy anniversary to the other love of my life – this dreamy dress! 😂💕 thank you @ZacPosen!!),” McPhee wrote.
Foster additionally shared a photograph of the couple getting dinner whereas all dressed up.
“Pleased anniversary to the love of my life!!” he wrote.
McPhee and Foster first met in 2006 when the music producer mentored the Broadway actress on Season 5 of “American Idol.”
Final yr, they acquired married in London at the Church of Saint Yeghiche.
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This marriage is McPhee’s second and Foster’s fifth.
Fox Information’ Naledi Ushe contributed to this report.