Covers shmovers! Former 'American Idol' Katharine McPhee has been rocking cover after cover as the star of the popular ratings hit 'Smash.' Now, McPhee gets to sing an original song on the series' soundtrack in the form of 'Touch Me.'
Episode six of NBC’s ‘Smash,’ titled 'Chemistry,' skyrocketed off with Ivy (Megan Hilty) having problems with her voice. Karen (Katharine McPhee) and Eileen (Anjelica Houston) are having money issues, while Tom (Christian Borle), Derek (Jack Davenport) and Julia (Debra Messing) are at each others’ throats due to the incomplete script. During rehearsal Ivy has a hard time hitting the high notes, croaking through them painfully just in time for Eileen to walk in. Welcome to show business!
On 'Smash,' city girl Katharine McPhee plays a country girl trying to become a city girl as she enters the competitive world of Broadway theater. Next week's episode finds McPhee's character embracing her "redneck" side as she performs in a karaoke bar.
Katharine McPhee stopped by 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' on Friday to talk about her Broadway-themed show 'Smash,' as well as her misadventures on the Staten Island Ferry while filming in New York City.
NBC's 'Smash' is turning out to be a real career resurgence for singer/actress Katharine McPhee. The 27-year-old brunette stunner recently showed off her gams in a tub for GQ and she's followed that steamy spread by nabbing the cover of the March issue of Self.
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