Channing Tatum & Jenna Dewan Are Legally Single

Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan are no longer legally married.

According to TMZ on Wednesday, the “Magic Mike” actor and the former “World of Dance” host are officially single after announcing their split in April 2018.

Per the publication, the former couple requested — and was granted — a divorce decree because they have both moved on to different relationships.

The two, who married in 2009, still have to work out a property settlement and custody agreement regarding their 6-year-old daughter, Everly.

Back in September, Dewan and boyfriend Steve Kazee announced they were expecting their first child together, telling People, “We are beyond overjoyed and couldn’t be happier to be expanding our family!”

That same month, the “Witches of East End” actress debuted her baby bump, and wrote a touching message about motherhood.

“Becoming a mother is quite simply the absolute best most incredible thing that has ever happened to me,” she exclaimed on Instagram. “@stevekazee you are a gift from above and i couldn’t be more excited to be expanding our family together...! Thank you guys for all the love!!”

Dewan and Tatum, who is currently dating singer Jessie J, are now able to remarry.


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