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Mary McCormack, Unlike Katharine McPhee, Is Happily Married

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Mary McCormack, the wife of “Smash” director Michael Morris, is reportedly happily married and never knew there was an issue until Morris was photographed kissing the star of the canceled show, Katharine McPhee.

The couple were busted while canoodling and holding hands in a parking lot earlier this week, and though no one has officially commented on the situation, a source told People Magazine that McCormack has been a happily married mother of three.

“Mary adores her husband. If this is true, she would have been blindsided,” the source said. “She is the most devoted mother and wife.”

McPhee, on the other hand, is said to have split from her husband–Nick Cokas–six months ago, although he still manages her music career. The couple were married in 2008, and the actress has said that they put starting a family on hold because she’s enjoying working so much.

“I once thought that by now I’d have lots of children, but actually I’m really enjoying being able to go from point A to point B and the only worry I have is have my dogs been walked,” she said. “I’m selfish right now, but that’s how and where I should be. The thing is, work is the thing I love the most.”

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Mary McCormack, Unlike Katharine McPhee, Is Happily Married
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  • Bill E.

    Well, I guess Mike Morris is a low life.

  • Alyssa

    ho hum just another ho

  • toronto

    How can they be upset??

    its an anything goes world in Hollyweed

    dont judge

    ahahahahhahaha

    you leftists dont fool us

    oh no you dont

    • Tracey

      You’re an imbecile…

  • B.L

    “I’m selfish right now, but that’s how and where I should be. The thing is, work is the thing I love the most.” I guess you are selfish and if that is her way of sleeping her way to the top I guess she does love her job…shame on her!!!!

    So sorry for Mary I love her

  • Jon

    From reading the article, shouldn’t the headline verb tense be ‘was’ not ‘is’ happily married….