Channing Tatum Turns Up To Preschool Halloween Party Dressed As A Unicorn
Channing Tatum is a bit of a hero: he's an A-List actor, a sex symbol and a multi-millionaire on one hand, while also being a real-life rags to riches story, living proof that hard work pays off and the star of movies 21 (and 22...) Jump Street, Foxcatcher and The Hateful Eight. You can add hilarious dad to that illustrious list of achievements now, too.
Channing and his wife, fellow Hollywood star Jenna Dewan, were spotted on Saturday night at their daughter's Halloween party in Studio City, Los Angeles in full costumes and the celebrity couple were looking more than a little festive for the occasion.
Channing was dressed as a unicorn, complete with headdress and rainbow striped horn and carried a pumpkin to the event, while Jenna was a fairy, wearing a green dress with wings and a crown made of flowers.
The pair's young daughter, Everly, was a fairy too, though her afternoon ended up being a little more muted after her wings got damaged at the party.
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Jenna posted a photo to Instagram after the event, bemoaning the wreckage done to her offspring's costume by legions of kiddies. "This is the wings smashed, Mom somehow ends up holding it all, I survived preschool Halloween carnival nature fairy look," she wrote.
Channing Tatum has form as far as parenting goes: he penned a letter to his own daughter last year that went viral around the world, explaining that he just wanted her to be exactly like her mother.
"One day, Jenna just blurted out that she knew exactly what she wanted in life and she didn't have to look for it anymore because it was me... I remember feeling this incredible rush - it was the sexiest thing she'd ever done for me," wrote Tatum.
"That radical authenticity of hers was what made me fall head over heels in love. And that's what I want for my daughter - to be expectation-less with her love and not allow preconceived standards to affect her, to ask herself what she wants and feel empowered enough to act on it."
Bloody hell, Channing. Give the rest of us a chance, pal.
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