Channing Tatum Made a Fan's Life by Whispering Valentine's Day Messages into Her Ear
By Jackie Willis
Jimmy Kimmel Live
Leave it to Channing Tatum to make "TTYL" sound sexy.
On Wednesday's Jimmy Kimmel Live, the Hail, Caesar! star agreed to seduce a random person picked off the street by whispering messages from candy hearts. One lucky fan named Jennifer was rushed into the studio to join Tatum on the couch for some pre-Valentine's Day romance.
After purring "Sup babe," and "bling" into her ear, Tatum went into Magic Mike mode and got on one knee. Holding up the candy heart, he declared, "TTYL."
Tatum's real Valentine is actress Jenna Tatum Dewan, and he was giving ET relationship envy when he talked about how his wife helped with his dance moves for Hail, Caesar! "[Jenna] was actually really, really gracious about that. She's amazing at tap," the 35-year-old actor gushed. "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."