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Katharine Hope McPhee (born March 25, 1984) is an American pop singer, songwriter and actress. Her third album, the holiday-themed Christmas Is the Time to Say I Love You, was released on October 12, 2010. McPhee has also established an acting career, co-starring in The House Bunny in 2008 as the hippie sorority sister Harmony, and currently in a starring role in the NBC series Smash. The family moved to Sherman Oaks in L.A. at age 12. McPhee was cast (during the time she had dropped out of college and was auditioning in Los Angeles) in a mall-based MTV soap opera pilot, You Are Here, playing the older sister of a more popular younger sister. in March 2005, McPhee starred as Annie Oakley in a Los Angeles-based production of the musical Annie Get Your Gun.

‘Smash’ Star Katharine McPhee Doubts Karen and Ivy Will Ever Be Friends (EXCLUSIVE) Smash fans were more than thrilled when they heard the news that NBC had renewed the musical drama series for a second season. Still, even with a new set of episodes, it’s unlikely we’ll ever see the feud end between characters Karen Cartwright and Ivy Lynn. So says star Katharine McPhee, anyway. “I think it’s…Read more» [link]

Katharine McPhee
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The album debuted at #11 on the Billboard Top Holiday Albums chart while the single “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” peaked at #16 on the Billboard AC chart. Her mother, Patricia Burch McPhee (stage name Peisha Arten), a vocal coach and accomplished cabaret singer, recognized her daughter’s musical talent and decided to train her. Now, as she told Teen Vogue in May 2007, “I eat whatever I crave–I’m just really careful about portions.” McPhee and her sister appeared on debut of The Dr. Keith Ablow Show on September 18, 2006, to discuss her struggles with bulimia and her childhood fear of her father. McPhee was persuaded by now-husband Nick Cokas and her parents to try out for the television series competition, American Idol. McPhee’s run on American Idol led to the use of the term “McPheever”. On June 6, 2006, Sony BMG and 19 Entertainment announced that McPhee had signed to American Idol series creator Simon Fuller’s 19 Recordings Limited and Sony BMG’s RCA Records. 32 weeks after its release, Somewhere Over the Rainbow/My Destiny had climbed to #4 on the Billboard Hot Singles Sales charts. The first single from the album was “Over It”, which was officially released on the same day as the album and peaked at #29 on the Billboard Hot 100.