Channing Tatum and his ex-wife Jenna Dewan were considered the dream couple of a very specific branch of Hollywood: that of dance films.
In "Step Up" the two played two dancers with different backgrounds at the beginning of their respective careers - she the ambitious from a wealthy family home, he the hobby dancer gone wrong. At the end of the film, the two film characters Tatums and Dewans find each other.
Back then, fans were thrilled to find out that the actors also became a couple in real life. Then in 2018 the sad news: After almost ten years of marriage, the relationship was over. The star revealed it was "scary" to go our separate ways.
"We fought about it for a very long time, even though we both knew that we had kind of grown apart," Tatum said in an interview with Vanity Fair.
The birth of their daughter in 2013 changed everything step by step. "Once you're a parent, you really understand the differences between each other. Because they scream at you all day long. How to raise differently, how to look at the world, how to go through the world," explained the "Magic Mike "-Star.
Tatum has been dating fellow actress Zoe Kravitz for some time, but tells Vanity Fair: "I don't know if I'll ever get married again. Relationships are hard for me. Even though I'm a bit of a monogamist."
Tatum says he's always afraid that a relationship could be destroyed. He's "trying too hard," he explained. Jenna Dewan is now in a relationship with Broadway star Steve Kazee.
Which: "Vanity Fair"
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