Channing Tatum And Jessie J Are Over, Again

Channing Tatum And Jessie J Are Over, Again

While the rest of us are practicing social distancing, there’s Channing Tatum and Jessie J, who have apparently decided to distance themselves socially, emotionally, and physically from each other. After reuniting back in January following a month-long breakup, Channing and Jessie have decided to split up again. Out of the way, Conscious Uncoupling – it’s Permanent Distancing’s time to shine.

Channing and Jessie J got together for the first time in 2018, shortly after his split from his ex-wife, Jenna Dewan. About a year later, they broke up. They got back together this past January. Channing even went so far as to defend the love of his life against some trolls in his Instagram comments, so you know it wasn’t just a weekend hook-up caused by too much tequila kind of thing. A source that recently spoke with People magazine says that Channing and Jessie tried, but she’s just not meant to get magical with his mike.

“They cared enough about each other to try again but realized it was better to move on. It’s totally amicable.”

That sounds like there was zero-drama in this breakup, which isn’t that surprising when you go back and remember what a source previously told People about their romantic reunion in January:

“They seem very happy about being together. Things seem back to normal.”

If a shrug was a couple of people, I guess this would be it. So they were happy to get back together, and now they’re a-ok with being apart again.

The last time Channing made an appearance on Jessie’s Instagram was on Valentine’s Day with a caption that could now probably be changed to, “Up For Grabs.”

The source didn’t give a reason for their break-up. It could be because they’re both busy. But considering this breakup appears to have happened recently, paired with the fact that it feels pretty low-to-no drama, my guess is this relationship was a victim of choosing to self-isolate apart from each other. Not sure if Channing could figure out the logistics of Zoom sexing. “I don’t know Jessie, it sounds super fast, and you know I don’t have my pilot’s license.


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Channing Tatum Turns to Dating App After Splitting From Jessie J Again

Channing Tatum Turns to Dating App After Splitting From Jessie J Again


The ‘Magic Mike’ actor has reportedly created a profile on Raya, a dating app for the rich and famous, after he broke up again with his on-and-off girlfriend.

On-off couple Channing Tatum and Jessie J have apparently split again – just months after reconciling in January 2020.

According to Britain’s The Sun newspaper, the “Magic Mike” star is planning to move on swiftly and has taken to celebrity dating app Raya to find love following the breakup.

His profile reportedly reads, “And yes, I used to be a stripper. Sorry.”

A source told the publication, “Jessie and Channing really care for each other. You only need to look at the gushing posts they made about each other during their relationship to see that. That’s why they wanted to give their romance another shot, but sadly it hasn’t worked out.”

“The split was amicable and they’re still in contact. They’re spending time apart and are open to meeting new people,” they added. “But you shouldn’t bet against another reunion in the future.”

Speculation about the couple’s relationship status arose after Channing failed to post a message for Jessie on her 32nd birthday last Friday, March 27, 2020, which she marked with a 40-minute solo performance on Instagram Live in aid of UNICEF.

Jessie and Channing first started dating in 2018.

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This Is How Channing Tatum Responds to Jenna Dewan’s Engagement to Steve Kazee

This Is How Channing Tatum Responds to Jenna Dewan

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Jenna announced the happy news on her Instagram page on February 18 alongside a photo of him delicately holding the dancer’s head in his hand while gently kissing her lips.

Jenna Dewan excited fans on Tuesday, February 18 when she announced her engagement to boyfriend Steve Kazee on Instagram. People may wonder how Channing Tatum feels upon learning the happy news of his ex-wife, and according to a new report, the actor has nothing but support for Jenna.

“Channing is very happy for Jenna and Steve’s engagement. Channing has expressed that he is happy Jenna is in a good place and has moved on,” so an insider reveals to E! News. “Jenna has a special place in [Channing’s] heart since she is the mother of their child, but they have both moved on and are happy in their new relationships.”

The source went on explain that the “21 Jump Street” star’s “main priority and concern is his daughter, and him and Jenna are both happy to have worked out a co-parenting agreement.”

Another source noted that Channing, who just rekindled his romance with Jessie J, and Jenna were doing their best for their 6-year-old daughter Everly. “They will be doing all kinds of family things together,” the source said at the time. “They want to keep her routine the same… Nothing is going to change in her life and she has two parents who will be very involved in everything she does.”

Jenna announced the happy news on her Instagram page alongside a photo of him delicately holding the dancer’s head in his hand while gently kissing her lips. “A lifetime to love and grow with you…you have my heart,” so she captioned the post.

The engagement arrived after they started dating in late 2018 after being introduced by their mutual friends. In September last year, the two revealed that she’s currently pregnant with their first child. “We are beyond overjoyed and couldn’t be happier to be expanding our family!” they said in a statement, before the “Step Up” actress debuted her baby bump via a photo posted on Instagram Stories.