Channing Tatum and Jessie J split – but why did they break up and how long were they together?

Channing Tatum and Jessie J split – but why did they break up and how long were they together?

CHANNING Tatum and Jessie J's surprising romance has reportedly come to an end.

But why have the couple split up and what's the full story about their relationship? We have all the details below.

Why did Jessie J and Channing Tatum break up?

Reports so far indicate that Channing and Jessie J made the mutual decision to break up and that there is no dramatic reason behind the split.

The pair are said to have ended their romance around November 2019, according to Us Weekly.

An insider claims, the two are still amicable, with the source explaining: "Channing and Jessie broke up about a month ago.

"They are still really close and still good friends."

How long were Jessie J and Channing Tatum dating?

Jessie and Channing split after dating for just over a year.

The 31-year-old British singer and 39-year-old Magic Mike hunk were first linked in October 2018.

They were said to have been dating for a few months already at the time, with Channing splitting from wife Jenna Dewan in April 2018.

The Hollywood actor shares six-year-old Everly with his ex, and Jenna previously admitted she felt "blindsided" by how quickly he had moved on.

How did Jessie J and Channing Tatum meet?

Channing and Jessie have never confirmed how they first met.

But the pair were first pictured together in public when they shared the stage together at the 2015 MTV Movie Awards.

The two stars shocked fans when they first went public as an unlikely celebrity couple, supporting one another at their various events.



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Channing was spotted loudly cheering Jessie on at her concerts, with Jessie just as much the proud partner at the launch of his London Magic Mike show last November.

They were also very open with their romance on social media, with Channing shocking followers when he uploaded a fully nude photo of himself as he explained to fans he "lost a game of Jenga to Jessie".

He added at the time: "The loser [me] had to post a picture the other person [Jessie] picked…I'm never playing Jenga with her again."

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