Wondering who is Channing Tatum's girlfriend? The internet is always buzzing about Channing Tatum’s girlfriend, but in case you haven’t got the memo, she is now his wife. The lucky lady is named Jenna Dewan and her romance with Channing Tatum is one of the best Hollywood love stories in a long time. What started with an on-set meeting led to an unforgettable wedding of two of the silver screen’s sexiest stars in July 2009.
Before Jenna Dewan was Channing Tatum’s girlfriend or wife, she was just a kid growing up in Hartford, Connecticut. After being a varsity cheerleader and prom queen, Jenna began her career as a dancer. You may not have noticed at the time, but look back through some of the hottest videos from ten years ago and you might see Jenna backing up some of your favorite stars. She’s been in videos with Puff Daddy, Missy Elliot, Ricky Martin and ‘N Sync.
After getting her dancing career started, Jenna moved on to movies, but it would still be a while before she could call herself Channing Tatum’s girlfriend. After small parts in "The Hot Chick" and "The Grudge 2," Jenna had her first starring role in the horror flick "Tamara." However, the movie didn’t find much success. Jenna’s next role would be her claim to fame. She starred as Nora Clark in 2006’s "Step Up" and on the set she met Channing Tatum. The film did outstanding at the box office and soon after it was released, Channing and Jenna began dating.
After dating for close to two years, the beautiful couple got engaged in Maui in 2008. One year later, they were married in a vineyard in Malibu. Jenna Dewan had gone from a struggling actress to Channing Tatum’s girlfriend to one half of Hollywood’s hottest couple in just three short years!
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