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Channing Tatum Relentless Interview
Do you still have childhood memories?
From where my grandmother Nana and my Papa used to live. I loved my Nana and my Papa. They were my roots. Every summer my folks sent me off to the country to stay with them, hoping to keep me out of trouble. And you know grandparents are so real they don't even know how to be fake. They never bother saying what you want to hear, they just say "this is the way it is." I'd get up to something and they would just look at me and shake their heads and say: "Oh Channing..."
You said you left Alabama at an early age?
When I was six we moved to Mississippi. We lived on the bayou actually, right on the Mississippi River, and that's where a lot of my early memories come from.
What was it like?
All the rattlesnakes and alligators a boy could possibly chase, fishing every day, Pop Warner football league, stuff like that. It was one of those kinds of settings. I'm not a country bumpkin hillbilly, but I do love the outdoors, totally. Continue Reading
Interview: I Love Modeling and Acting
Channing who? Yes, Channing is his first name, and Tatum is his last. And, no, he is not in any way related to Carol Channing (or Tatum O’Neal). And, Channing Tatum is his birth name, not just some wild name thought up in a duplicitous publicist’s office.
You may not have known his name, but now that you do, it will be hard to forget – the boy’s face and body has graced the pages of virtually every glossy magazine in the world, (Nautica, Aeropostale, Dolce & Gabbana and A&F ad campaigns), and on television in one of Mountain Dew’s most popular commercials, “Drive” – now that he is co-starring with Samuel L. Jackson and Ashanti in “Coach Carter." Read More
Cosmogirl Q & A
How did you react when you first saw Amanda Bynes dressed as a boy?
I laughed directly at her. I hadn't seen her since the auditions and hadn't seen her in a while. I felt bad afterward. But I still laughed the second time I saw her.
Who are your real-life crushes?
Marisa Tomei or Elisabeth Shue. Or Salma Hayek. I could go on if you like! Read More