Cupid's Pulse Article: New Celebrity Couple? Katharine McPhee & David Foster Spark Romance Rumors Cupid's Pulse Article: New Celebrity Couple? Katharine McPhee & David Foster Spark Romance Rumors 

By Noelle Downey

Craving some new romantic gossip when it comes to Hollywood relationships? Hold onto your hats, because there may just be a new celebrity couple in the works as we speak. According to, Katharine McPhee and David Foster were spotted on a potential date night getting cozy at a private table for two. A source claims, “David and Katharine were very intimate during their dinner,” the source spilled. “David was seen grabbing Katharine’s face and kissing her cheek several times. Katharine was doing the same to David’s face and they were acting as if they were a couple.” The couple shared a delicious feast of sushi and two bottles of red wine. Not only that, the source also shared by the end of the dinner, “Katharine sat on David’s side of the table and cuddled him with a blanket.”

There may be a new celebrity couple in town! What are some creative ways to make your crush notice you?

Cupid’s Advice:

If you’re trying to get that new cutie you’ve got your eye on to notice you exist, Cupid is here to help:

1. Find common ground: If you’re looking to make a connection with a crush, but you’re virtually strangers, find some common ground with them that you’re sure you share. This doesn’t have to be something super complicated or personal, in fact it’s way better if it isn’t. Focus on surface-level commonalities at first, even if there one’s that seem obvious, like the fact that you work at the same place or go to the same school. Think about what you have in common – classes, bosses, friends, hobbies – and go from there. The next time you see them at a party or on break at work, walk up and introduce yourself and find a fun conversational tidbit to break the ice that relies on your joint experiences. Remember, if you go blank and are stuck in a pinch, virtually every one loves to talk about themselves!

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2. Create an inside joke: Once you have common ground with the person you’re crushing on and are friendly with them, find an inside joke that you two can share. This can be based on something funny that happens in the office or a professor you both love to hate at school. This will bond you two together further and also be a great lead-in for more flirty teasing. Don’t be afraid to move from friendly and funny to actually flirty pretty soon though; after all you want to make sure your crush understands you want to be their partner, not just their buddy!

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3. Give them a compliment: If you’ve developed a fun, flirty teasing relationship, don’t get so wrapped up in giving your crush a hard time that you forget that you’re trying to sweep them off their feet. Throw in a compliment every so often to remind them that you genuinely like and admire them. Remember to keep it light but also personal, something that not every one would notice or that you think they’d really appreciate hearing. And when they blushingly accept the compliment? Give the a smile and a long, soft look to take things from merely flirty to truly romantic.

Have you ever tried to seduce a crush? What tactics did you use to woo them? Let us know in the comments!