Is there a show called “I wanna be a Celebutard?”
I bet within five years that she’s on the Today Show.
That relationship is over.
And may appear....
And may appear....
And may appear on Dancing With The Stars.
To be on of off the Hottie Ping List please FReepmail me.
I thought we had rules around here...
she’ll be used up and tossed out with last nights pizza. most likely disease ridden and/or drug addled.
not the best choice. then again, intelligence is not the basis of her qualifications
She is just a little skinny to me but she will probably do OK as a model. She sort of has that look.
What could possibly go wrong?
Without QB boyfriend AJ and the over-admiring Brent Mushyburger she wouldn’t be leaving ole Alabamie behind so fast.
Oh good - now she can trade up and date Tim Tebow. :)
She sounds like a level headed person to me. Her sister is currently in attendence at Auburn.
Katherine was born in Montgomery, Alabama. She attended middle school and high school in Columbus, Georgia and graduated from Northside High School in 2007. She later attended Auburn University and graduated in May 2011 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management and Administration. She was active in her community and participated in events held by the Women’s Philanthropy Board at Auburn and also was active in various community service projects around the area. She currently works at Chick-fil-a in Columbus, GA as a Training Director and also works as a professional model serving clients in New York, Miami and Atlanta.
In 2013 Katherine hit the media spotlight as the girlfriend of University of Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron.
At least she’s a “real” girlfriend.
It was the mid 80's and my best friend was a freshman at Auburn. I decided to visit him in late August. I'm from Long Island. Talk about a fish out of water.
Well, let me tell you, I never met more beautiful young ladies in my life!
The Alabama girls were charming, classy, refined, gorgeous, & delightful! I was used to the stuck up, snobby, childish boobs Long Island offered.
It was a true eye opener for me.