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Channing Tatum dislikes wife's sex scenes

25 June 2014, 06:34

Los Angeles - Channing Tatum doesn't like his wife filming sex scenes.

The 'Magic Mike' star is uncomfortable with the idea of Jenna Dewan-Tatum - with who he has 12-month-old daughter Everly - getting close to her male co-stars on 'The Witches of East End' but she thinks it would be ''weird'' if he felt any other way.

Asked if it was true her spouse ''doesn't like her having sex scenes with other men'' on TV, she said: ''So true.''

She added: ''It'd be weird if he was like, 'Ah, I'm cool with it, do whatever,' you know?
''It's never fun [shooting love scenes], but you just get really used to it, it's weird.''

And the 33-year-old actress admits shooting the scenes are even more ''weird'' because she and her spouse are so close to the rest of the cast on the show.

Dewan-Tatum told E! News: ''We're all friends, this whole cast, we hang out all the time.
''They are, like, really good friends, so it's even more awkward. 'Yeah, we have this love scene, but we were just hangin' with our wives and husbands...' It's acting, you know--it's weird.''

However, Jenna insists her 34-year-old husband - who she met on the set of their 2006 movie 'Step Up' - has nothing to worry about when it comes to her male co-stars.

She added ''I've kind of got the best at home.'

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