Channing Tatum: My Friends Make X-Rated Dolls For Me

Channing Tatum: My Friends Make X-Rated Dolls For Me

Hes never had any trouble attracting female attention, and Channing Tatum couldnt be happier in his marriage with Jenna Dewan-Tatum.

The Magic Mike star, who was spotted walking his dogs with his wife in London today (May 30), recently told Cosmopolitan that maintaining his eight-year marriage hasnt exactly been rocket science.

You have to want it. Jenna”s and my thing is checking in with each other all the time, like On a scale from 1 to 10, how much do you love me right now And you gotta be honest, and you”ve got to want an honest answer. I told a friend to do that. He asked the question and it turned into a huge fight, and I”m like, that”s kind of the point. Obviously, something needed to be fixed, he needed to be aware of it, and she needed to get it off her chest.

As for dealing with his level of fame, Channing noted, It”s a hard thing for me to wrap my mind around the C word: celebrity. Rock stars are celebrities, because they”re larger than life. As an actor, you have to play the everyman and the everygirl. If you start treating people in the real world like assistants, that”s not a good look. But my friends keep me grounded. It”s embarrassing to tell you how much my friends make fun of me. Seriously, when you have a doll made of your face, it”s ridiculous how creative your friends can getpictures, videos, little animated cartoons that they”ve made. And they”re way, way not PG-13. So I get chopped down to size all the time.

And Tatum has to work hard on being so buff. I”m a fat kid on the inside. I love food so much, and I fluctuate about 25 to 30 pounds between movies. I feel like I have to do a chess movie that requires very little movement at some point, just so I can eat pizza and play chess on the beach all day. And then eat more pizza and cheese-burgers and drink beer. That”d be amazing. I”d give anything for that. I gotta figure that movie out.