ET caught up with the lovebirds at the opening night of the 36-year-old actor's Magic Mike Live show at the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas on Friday, where they simply couldn't stop talking about one another.
"Oh my God, I'm so proud. I'm so proud because this is a big feat," Jenna, 36, said of her husband's involvement with the show. "I mean, to open a show like this and for him to create this, direct this, have this vision… what's so wonderful about it is it's a really fun, crazy awesome show, and obviously it's sexy."
"There's incredible sexy dancers and men, but the intention with it is really beautiful," she continued. "It's like asking women to ask for more for themselves. It's creating sort of an empowering feeling, and that's what I'm the most proud of."
Channing chimed in, telling ET's Nichelle Turner that while he usually gets nervous for movie premieres, he wasn't feeling any jitters ahead of Magic Mike Live.
"I don't know, I'm not nervous at all for this," Channing, who also shared a lot of love for his pal Joseph Gordon-Levitt on the red carpet, exclaimed. "In some way it's just such a good show. I love watching it. I've seen it maybe a hundred times now and I love the show."
"I want people to see it because I think it's actually good medicine for the world, good medicine for men and women to experience together for each other for their own lives," he added. "Not just to, like, come and get entertained. Like, yeah, of course, come and get entertained, but it's more than that."