Channing Tatum And Jenna Dewan Talk Newlywed Bliss, Toilet Seats
Channing Tatum is well-trained when it comes to leaving the toilet seat down. Having grown up in a house full of women, it didn’t take much for wife Jenna Dewan to coach him on proper seat etiquette. “I grew up with women,” Tatum told People Magazine, “so I would get in big trouble if I didn’t put the toilet seat back down. It’s been ingrained in me.”
Tatum calls Dewan “the perfect wife,” and enjoys having someone to come home to at day’s end: “One of the best parts of being married is coming home and just sitting on the couch with her. Knowing that she will be there and that she understands me and I can tell her about my day, it’s really nice.”
The couple, who married in July 2009, recently completed an HBO documentary on the Rwandan genocide entitled Earth Made Of Glass. Working together on the project was easy and Tatum told People that he and Dewan make a great team.
The “team” made their way out of LAX April 4th, putting on their best “avoid eye contact” faces.