Jenna Dewan Says Daughter Everly Would not Like Step Up

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MAY 12: Jenna Dewan attends the NAMI West Los Angeles first annual 2023 Mental Health Gala honoring the life & legacy of Stephen

Everly Tatum can mainly watch her dad and mom, Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum, fall in love in actual time within the 2006 film “Step Up.” However for now, the 10-year-old is not impressed with the movie that introduced her dad and mom collectively. In a current interview with Us Weekly, Dewan shared her daughter’s response to watching “Step Up” for the primary time, and to say she wasn’t a fan could be an understatement.

“She was like, ‘Can we watch one thing good?'” Dewan advised the outlet. “She was utterly uninterested.” In Everly’s protection, she was nonetheless fairly younger when her mother first confirmed her the movie. Dewan continued, “She likes to be like, ‘OK, yeah.’ It is not cool to her but. Perhaps at some point.”

Dewan and Channing met and fell in love on the set of “Step Up.” They went on to alternate “I dos” in 2009 and welcomed Everly in 2013. Nevertheless, they formally separated in 2018 and have been divorced a 12 months later.

Since then, Dewan has moved on with Steve Kazee, with whom she shares her 3-year-old son Callum. The couple bought engaged in 2020. In the meantime, Channing has been relationship Zoë Kravitz since 2021.

As for Everly, though she has zero curiosity in “Step Up,” she does love to bop, identical to her well-known dad and mom. In a current look on At this time With Hoda and Jenna, Channing advised Hoda Kotb that his daughter could be very into Celtic Irish dancing proper now. “She’s a dancer, she loves Celtic Irish dancing,” he shared.

Channing continued, “She simply loves something magical — fairies, elves — and while you look on YouTube, all of the clip artwork for Celtic Irish music is fairies, so I believe that is how we began it. After which she turned obsessive about Celtic music. Now we’re doing Celtic Irish dancing, in order that’s all we have listened to for the final two years.”

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