Don’t come for Katharine McPhee.
The Broadway star slammed a critic who bashed her rendition of Celine Dion‘s “To Love You More,” and the user made his account private as a result.
The troll’s tweet read, “Dear @katharinemcphee don’t EVER sing ‘to love you more.’ The fact that @officialdfoster would let you butcher that song – a classic at that, WOW!”
David Foster, who is married to McPhee, co-wrote the original 1995 song, and McPhee, 35, will often cover his music when they are on tour.
The singer responded with a clip from her 2018 PBS concert special and wrote, “I’d like to see you try this, bitch.”
McPhee has been known to clap back at critics on social media before.
A user previously sent her a shady comment on Instagram that said her relationship with Foster, 70, likely won’t last longer than MySpace, to which McPhee responded, “I’m assuming it also lasted longer than any relationship you ever had with a hairdresser?”
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