This arrives after it was reported that the actor is actively trying find a new romance through celeb dating app called Raya in which he flaunted some sexy photos of his.
Jessie J is apparently having a hard time following her breakup from Channing Tatum. While the “Magic Mike” star reportedly has moved on, the “Bang Bang” singer hints in her recent Instagram Stories that she was struggling dealing with her emotions.
“Delayed emotions are….well…Not so fun,” so the British songstres wrote on Thursday, December 26. She didn’t provide any further explanation, though it seemed like like the cryptic post was about her feelings following the split.
Meanwhile, Channing has been reported to be actively trying find a new romance through celeb dating app called Raya. The 39-year-old went cheeky in his profile as he wrote, “And yes, I used to be a stripper. Sorry.” Additionally, he added a shrug emoji at the end of his profile. As for his profile song, he opted for “Brown Sugar” by D’Angelo.
Previous report said that “Channing’s new profile popped up for L.A. users of the app” earlier this month, not long after he and the “Price Tag” hitmaker called it quits. “It’s full of sexy photos and he’s been very active on it, nobody can quite believe he’s moving on so quickly,” added the source.
“Fans were really rooting for him and Jessie as a couple but no doubt he’s getting plenty of matches for dates before Christmas,” the insider went on spilling. “It doesn’t look like he’s nursing a broken heart or thinking about patching things up with his ex, and it’s likely Jessie’s friends have already seen the profile as the app is so popular.”
The former couple, who was first romantically linked since October 2018, split amicably with no drama. “They just decided to part ways and are still good friends,” another source shared, adding that the exes are still following each other on social media. They just decided to part ways and are still good friends,” another source shared, adding that the exes are still following each other on social media.