Jenna Dewan Dances in a Crop Top WEEKS After Giving Birth!

Jenna Dewan proves she still has the moves!

On Sunday, just over a month after giving birth to her second child, the “Step Up” actress announced she joined TikTok by posting a video of her dancing to Justin Bieber’s “Intentions” in a crop-top hoodie!

“Okay okay okay...I’m here @tiktok! Challenge accepted @sarafoster!” the 39-year-old captioned the clip.

Dewan is referencing a hilarious Instagram video that Sara Foster posted last week where Foster, a mother of two, self-deprecatingly takes a jab at the “desperate and embarrassing” moms who dance on TikTok.

“I need to understand how a body can move like this. Especially a body that had a baby 4 weeks ago,” Foster wrote on Dewan’s post.

Other A-listers echoed Foster’s remark and could not believe how toned Dewan’s post-baby body looks.

“Wait...what?! U had a baby five seconds ago! Amazing,” Kate Hudson exclaimed in the comments.

“I literally can not with you!!!” Kate Bosworth added.

Last month, Dewan announced she gave birth to Callum Michael Rebel Kazee, her first child with fiancé Steve Kazee.

On Instagram Story, Kazee explained the meaning behind his son’s unique moniker, revealing that the couple chose “Callum” — which means “Dove” in Gaelic — “because he has been so sweet and peaceful since landing in our arms.”

Additionally, “Michael” is Kazee’s middle name, and “Rebel” is a nickname for Reba, Kazee’s mother.

Dewan also shares daughter Everly, 6, with ex-husband Channing Tatum.


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