Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum give us some serious relationship envy.
At the Hail, Caesar! press junket in Los Angeles on Monday, Channing revealed to ET that his wife helped him prepare for his role in the upcoming Coen Brothers movie by slipping into a pair of tap shoes.
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Channing plays Burt Gurney, a dumb but very, very pretty song-and-dance man, in the '50s-era spoof about Hollywood's Golden Age.
“She was actually really, really gracious about that. She's amazing at tap," the 35-year-old actor told ET. "She's been doing that since she was about eight, and there's not a lot of jobs for tap. No one actually gets to do tap, unless you go on Broadway."
Maybe Channing and Jenna's 2-year-old daughter, Everly, will change all that. Apparently, she loves tap dancing as well!
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"She just likes to make noise all day. We can't get them off her," Channing said. "She falls all the time in them because they're like ice skates."
The one thing that his little girl doesn't dig? Her dad's singing ability… or lack thereof. Even though he has to belt out a few notes in Hail, Caesar!, he's not sure the experience helped him improve his vocals.
In the flick, Channing performs a musical number that doesn't just require him to break out his dancing shoes, it also forced the actor to sing as well. Notably, it'll be the first time we'll get to hear the Magic Mike XXL star belt out some tunes!
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"I don't know if I really had to learn singing," he revealed. "I think they have a lot of pro tools and autotune."
Still, Channing won't be singing around Everly anytime soon, revealing that she’s not his biggest fan -- yet. "She's just like, 'Dad. Stop. Just don't do that,'" he admitted.
You tell him, Everly!
Hail, Caesar! hits theaters Feb. 5. Check out the epic trailer in the video below.