Katharine McPhee is starting to get the hang of this whole TikTok thing, and if you want to grow your audience on the video-sharing platform the easiest possible way…post sexy videos of yourself dancing!!
McPhee shared the video on Instagram too, and captioned it, “Got a visit from my fairy godmother before my concert last night. I think you could say I’m finally getting the hang of TikTok.”
She begins with the video with the Disney song, “Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo” from the movie Cinderella, but then transitions to a hip hop song and starts dancing seductively while looking at the camera.
It’s outstanding! Not that it’s hard to imagine, the actress, singer, is classically trained to be able to move that way!
Just take a look…it’s worth it!
Another great moment is captured in the video when someone photobombs the video accidentally, but McPhee makes no mention of it. It’s hilarious, it looks like someone working for the star walks right into video and figures out her mistake. So, she hightails it right back into the door she just walked through.
“The real fairy was that women ? running out of the shot,” one fan posted. “I am the woman popping in the back,” a funny comment read.
Fans took to Instagram to show McPhee love and agree how sexy her dancing real is…
“Girl you are pure magic ❤️” one person wrote.
Another said, “You are so stunning!!!” Absolutely sensational so beautiful and sexy.One fan of Katharine’s put it as simple as this, “Sweet JESUS. omfg.”
Lucky for everyone, Katharine isn’t shy from posting all kinds of smoking hot photos and videos on her Instagram. She is known for letting fans in on her vacations with husband David Foster, including all those bikini shots for their yacht.
Mcphee and Foster made headlines this week after she shared a video of the couple working on one of Foster’s songs. The couple joked about who will get paid from the royalties from the song.
In the video, Katharine says that while performing, she’ll have to make sure to keep Foster’s melody otherwise she’ll “have to take five percent.”
“You already got 50 percent,” he responds. Adding, “Didn’t include theatrical releases though.”
McPhee then turns to the camera, and says, “It’s called a prenup.”