The husband of Jenna Dewan jokingly points out that his 'Magic Mike' co-star's wedding to Camila Alves did not happen until the stripper movie was made.
Channing Tatum wants credit for Matthew McConaughey's wedding to Camila Alves. "They've been together for a while, they have little babies together, but not until after this movie did it actually happen," he jokes in an interview with E! News.
The Mike Martingano depicter continues, "She came to watch him dance, watched his talents onstage, went home, wrote the [wedding] invitation and said, 'Here, this is what it's gonna be'." He adds, "I did that!" to which his "Magic Mike" co-star nods, "He did it."
Inspired by Tatum's days as an erotic dancer, "Magic Mike" is going to come out in the U.S. on June 29. Already having his fair share of stripper attires, the husband of Jenna Dewan avoids the iconic stripper costumes when it comes to the movie.
"Yeah, but that was sort of my own thing when I actually did it, because when I actually danced, I did a Boy Scout outfit, and I thought it was the lamest thing ever," he says. "And I did a clown thing. But my favorite thing I did [was a dance to an] Usher [song]."
The actor goes on, "And I was just like, 'No I'm going to pick the song that I like. I'm going to dress like the song should be dressed for,' and that was it. I wanted to be normal; I didn't want to do the kinda iconic stripper things."