Jenna Dewan Tatum Reveals Channing Tatum's Crazy Romantic Valentine's Day Surprise

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Channing Tatum is still making everyone look bad with his super sweet romantic gestures to wife Jenna Dewan Tatum.

Jenna stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing Monday, where she revealed her husband's amazing Valentine's Day surprise -- surprising her by coming back early all the way from Berlin.

Roses, of course, were also involved.

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"I had a great Valentine’s," Jenna said. "Channing came back early from a press tour and surprised me which was so sweet. So I thought I had, like, two extra days. So I come home and I walk in, I come back from set and I was like, 'What is going on?' There was, like, things in the kitchen that was weird. And then I was like, wait, there’s roses. And he put roses all the way up to the room which was so sweet."

The 35-year-old dancer and actress also dished on her recent encounter with Justin Bieber, who told her that Channing was his man crush!

"We all completely fan-girled out," Jenna admitted about running into Justin while with her gal pals at a restaurant, where he gave everyone a surprise serenade on the piano. "My one girl brings out her lipstick. My one girl is like doing her hair. We’re all, mind you, married with, like, 1.5 kids. We turned immediately 16."

They even took a selfie with the "Sorry" singer.

"My friends jumped over the table to be in that picture," Jenna laughed. "Look at them. Odette [Yustman] is, like, almost licking his face. it's like the weirdest. What is going on?"

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When ET caught up with Channing earlier this month while he was promoting Hail, Caesar!, the multi-talented actor gushed about his wife's dancing skills.

"She was actually really, really gracious about that. She's amazing at tap," Channing exclusively 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."

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